Clean

Clean is slang for innocent; not carrying weapons; not carrying drugs.
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Clean

Having a fresh balance of aroma, appearance and flavor.
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Clean

Fresh, with no discernible defects; refers to aroma, appearance and flavor.
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clean

[adj] - free of restrictions or qualifications 2. [adj] - (of sound or color) free from anything that dulls or dims 3. [adj] - free from impurities 4. [adj] - without difficulties or problems 5. [adj] - morally pure 6. [adj] - (of a manuscript) having few alterations or corrections 7. [adj] - marked by or calling for ...
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Clean

Describes a distortion free sound with few effects.
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Clean

Lifting weight from floor to shoulder in one motion.
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Clean

Lifting weight from floor to shoulder in one motion.
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Clean

Clean (klēn) adjective [ Compar. Cleaner ; superl. Cleanest .] [ Middle English clene , Anglo-Saxon clǣne ; akin to Old High German chleini pure, neat, graceful, small, German klein small, and per...
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Clean

Clean adverb 1. Without limitation or remainder; quite; perfectly; wholly; entirely. 'Domestic broils clean overblown.' Shak.
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clean

clean-living adjective morally pure; `led a clean life`
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clean

unclouded adjective (of sound or color) free from anything that dulls or dims; `efforts to obtain a clean bass in orchestral recordings`; `clear laughter like a waterfall`; `clear reds and blues`; `a light lilting voice like a silver bell`
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Clean

• (superl.) Well-proportioned; shapely; as, clean limbs. • (superl.) Free from that which is useless or injurious; without defects; as, clean land; clean timber. • (adv.) Without limitation or remainder; quite; perfectly; wholly; entirely. • (a.) To render clean; to free from whatever is foul, offensive, or extraneous; to purify...
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CLEAN

(from the article `telescope`) During the 1960s the Swedish physicist Jan Hogbom developed a technique called CLEAN, which is used to remove the spurious responses from a celestial ...
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Clean

Referring to general equities, a block trade that matches buy or sell orders therefore not requiring the block trader to hold any inventory risk. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Clean

The inverse of `Blue,” above. A comic can technically be considered `clean” if he avoids cursing; `squeaky clean” material eschews ribald or shocking topics of any kind. Saying `cock” is definitely blue (rated R); saying `masturbate” and making the wank motion is technically clean, but blue-tinged (rated PG-13); avoiding the subject of on...
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CLEAN

[algorithm] The CLEAN algorithm is a computational algorithm to perform a deconvolution on images created in radio astronomy. It was published by Jan Högbom in 1974 and several variations have been proposed since then. The algorithm assumes that the image consists of a number of point sources. It will iteratively find the highest value in ...
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Clean

No radar contacts; used to confirm a good battle damage check (i.e., no air-to-surface ordnance remaining on the wingman's aircraft).
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Clean

(1) A descriptive term for cheese that is free of unpleasant aromas and off flavors. (2) A lack of lingering aftertaste when eating cheese (i.e., a clean finish).
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(1) to prepare marijuana for smoking by removing stems twigs, and seeds; (2) not to be in legal possession of any drug, so that when the police search one's dwelling or person, no drugs will be found; (3) among addicts
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Clean

[programming language] In computer science, Clean is a general-purpose purely functional computer programming language. ==Features== The language Clean first appeared in 1987 and is still being further developed. It shares many properties with Haskell: referential transparency, list comprehension, guards, garbage collection, higher order fu...
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Clean

adj. A computer, file, or disk that is free of viruses is considered clean.
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Clean

The movement of raising a barbell or two dumb-bells from the floor to your shoulders in one smooth motion to prepare for an overhead lift. To properly exe-cute a clean movement, you must use the coordinated strength of your legs, back, shoulders, and arms.
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(design) The opposite of cluttered design. Cleanness describes emergent gameplay that maintains an clear information flow between the game and player. Cancels, simultaneous actions, high action frequency, strange emergent behavior, arbitrary limitations, static-space, and excessive complexities are all design elements that ...
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Clean

Refers to the tradability, craftablity or possibly attached gift text of an item. If an item is clean, then it means that it can be freely traded, crafted and has not been gifted. See also: Trading.
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Clean

A trade term for gemstones which are free of noticeableflaws.
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