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Millions of acres of tropical forest have been cleared.
Julia began to clear the dishes from the table.
The ground should first be cleared of weeds.
He cleared a space on his desk for a cup of coffee.
The room cleared quickly after the final speeches.
The police cleared a way through to the front of the building.
Eventually the roads cleared and the traffic began to flow again.
The two men were cleared of murder yesterday.
They waited while the mist cleared a little.
She frowned for a moment, then her brow cleared.
Clear your mind of all negative thoughts.
One horse failed to clear the gate and was injured.
The aircraft cleared the houses by only a few metres.
How long will the cheque take to clear?
You’ll have to clear this project with head office.
After half an hour the plane was cleared for take-off.
Delays are often reported by passengers waiting to clear customs.
Someone from the embassy helped us to clear our baggage through customs.
Try to clear your existing debts first.
He clears about £500 a week.
The company has cleared the main obstacle to concluding the sale.
The first hurdle to clear is persuading investors of the merits of the product.
Extra staff have had to be brought in to clear the backlog.