Clearance

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clearance

(from the article `gasoline engine`) ...head. The volume at top dead centre (VTDC) is the volume occupied when the piston is closest to the cylinder head; the distance between the piston ...
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clearance

(klēr┬┤әns) the act of clearing; specifically, complete removal of a solute or substance from a specific volume of blood per unit of time by processes such as hepatic clearance, renal clearance, or hemodialysis.
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clearance

[n] - the distance by which one thing clears another 2. [n] - permission to proceed
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Clearance

• (n.) The distance by which one object clears another, as the distance between the piston and cylinder head at the end of a stroke in a steam engine, or the least distance between the point of a cogwheel tooth and the bottom of a space between teeth of a wheel with which it engages. • (n.) The act of clearing; as, to make a thorough clea...
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clearance

noun permission to proceed; `the plane was given clearance to land`
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Clearance

[medicine] In medicine, the clearance is a pharmacokinetic measurement of the renal excretion ability, that is, the rate at which waste substances are cleared from the blood. Although clearance may also involve other organs than the kidney, it is almost synonymous with renal clearance or renal plasma clearance. Each substance has a specific...
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Clearance

Clear'ance (- a ns) noun 1. The act of clearing; as, to make a thorough clearance . 2. A certificate that a ship or vessel has been cleared at the customhouse; permission to sail. « Every ship was subject to seizure for want of stamped clearances . Durke...
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clearance

1. The process of clearing. ... 2. <physiology> The rate at which a substance is removed from the blood. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Clearance

a sequence of scoring shorts which continues until the player has potted all the balls left on the table
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Clearance

A space between two surfaces to prevent contact, as between the edge of a door and the frame.
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Clearance

A term used by short-form media buyers to indicate which part of their media order, or campaign, in any given day or week was actually broadcast.
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clearance

amount of space between two adjacent parts.
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Clearance

Authorization given by ATC to proceed as requested or instructed (for example
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Clearance

Clearance is the first half of the process that completes your order to buy or sell a security. Duri
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clearance

Clearance is the process of transmitting, reconciling, and in some cases, confirming payment orders or security transfer instructions prior to settlement, possibly including the netting of instructions and the establishment of final positions for settlement. In the context of securities markets, this process is often referred to as clearance....
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Clearance

in general, the movement of one piece so that another can move to a particular square. In square vacation the first piece moves so that the second can occupy the square on which it stood; in line vacation the first piece moves so that the second can pass over the square on which is stood on the way to its destination; line clearance, also known as ...
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clearance

removal or elimination, e.g., of a virus or drug from the body.
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Clearance

Space allowed to facilitate erection of units and provide for thermal and other estimated movements in structure.
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clearance

The conclusion of an exchange of securities. (See settlement)
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clearance

the distance between two conductive parts along a string stretched the shortest way between these conductive parts
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Clearance

The distance or angle by which one object or surface clears another.
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Clearance

The distance or angle by which one objector surface clears another.
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Clearance

The process by which a vehicle reviews an advertisement for legal, ethical, and taste standards, before accepting the ad for publication.
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clearance

the process of clearing; the rate at which a substance is removed from the blood.
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