Meaning of CLEARANCE in English

CLEARANCE

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

clearance sale

security clearance

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

creatinine

No significant correlations were apparent between creatinine clearance and either duration of mesalazine treatment or cumulative mesalazine dose.

A 24-hour urine specimen should be collected to determine creatinine clearance , and protein and uric acid excretion.

At all times, renal function as assessed by serum creatinine and creatinine clearance remained normal.

In massive dose, however, 4-ASA may cause haematuria and reduce creatinine clearance , particularly in patients with pre-existing renal disease.

long

Sami Hyypia's long clearance was craftily controlled by Murphy.

■ NOUN

acid

Oesophageal transit and acid clearance have also been shown to be slower in these patients.

Figure 3 shows the relation between acid clearance time after acid perfusion and overnight exposure to acid.

As expected, the acid clearance time was shorter in patients with normal peristalsis.

Twenty three patients also had an acid clearance test before and after healing.

All volunteers underwent manometry, 33 had oesophageal transit studies, and 23 had acid clearance test.

forest

The area has escaped the ravages of war and forest clearance which have devastated most of the region.

Accelerated erosion was more widespread than in the second episode, reflecting extensive forest clearance by the Purépecha.

ground

Hartzell claim improved take-off and climb performance, reduced noise and vibration, and better ground clearance .

I also need more ground clearance .

rate

Statistics of process, such as arrests and clearance rates are accustomed indices of organizational success in a sanctioning system.

San Jose also trailed the nation, with a 12. 7 percent clearance rate .

Balri etal found that the metabolic clearance rate of G17 was lower in patients with duodenal ulcers than in controls.

Only five were solved, for a 41. 7 percent clearance rate , less than two-thirds the national average.

In one centre, the use of mechanical lithotripsy increased the endoscopic clearance rate of duct stones from 86% to 94%.

Experts say that many clearance rates often are unreliable measures of police performance.

Experts also say the clearance rates are most useful when comparing communities that are similar in size and income level.

security

The challenge had come from Justice Department lawyers with top secret security clearances and from civilian Army drug counsellors.

The secrecy touches all who work there; even the cafeteria staffers must have security clearances .

Excuse me Major but I don't know you or your security clearance .

Thompson still is hiring and getting security clearances for his investigative staff and finding space for them to work.

A visitor without security clearance must be signed for by the sponsor and accompanied at all times.

In preparation for his job at Commerce, Huang received an interim security clearance while he was still working at Lippo.

He has dropped homosexuality as an impediment to security clearances .

Another son, Ron, is a Lockheed employee with a security clearance .

slum

But the end of slum clearance came more with a change in values: away from demolition, to conservation and rehabilitation.

However, slum clearance and replacement was for the poor.

It also extended them to cover land affected by new town designation orders, slum clearance orders and new street orders.

Not in urban development, not in city slum clearance , not in social welfare.

On a big estate - slum clearance - in the North.

Elsewhere slum clearance activity was much more piecemeal and avoided spectacular set pieces.

The Chamberlain Act also provided for subsidising slum clearance schemes.

Finally, dissatisfaction with housing conditions produced schemes for slum clearance or improvement and substantial house-building programmes.

test

Twenty three patients also had an acid clearance test before and after healing.

All volunteers underwent manometry, 33 had oesophageal transit studies, and 23 had acid clearance test .

time

Acid clearance time is a useful index of impaired oesophageal motor function.

The median clearance time of newly acquired human papillomavirus was 6 months.

Figure 3 shows the relation between acid clearance time after acid perfusion and overnight exposure to acid.

As expected, the acid clearance time was shorter in patients with normal peristalsis.

■ VERB

get

You will have to get clearance .

Thompson still is hiring and getting security clearances for his investigative staff and finding space for them to work.

She must have got clearance at Gravesend and sailed up on the ebb.

Investigators recommended that Flynn be reprimanded for failing to get required advance clearance of his remarks from the State Department.

It's an unscheduled stop, but he's already managed to get clearance .

I got clearance from Fred to move.

give

Some hotels give a luggage clearance pass to the head porter when the account has been settled.

He has been given clearance to play.

The tower, knowing the Citation was on a priority flight, gave him immediate taxiing clearance to the runway.

Huang was given a top-secret clearance at Commerce after what Republicans have called a lax background investigation.

It is seldom possible to give a general overall clearance of a product for all export markets.

The old thick rad did not give enough clearance for a normal or any other type of fan.

Customs and Immigration officers boarded the aircraft as soon as it landed to give Jackson clearance to leave.

Goering means to come, and he wants us to give him clearance .

obtain

Clearance applications require planning as it may take up to 30 days to obtain clearance .

They say they simply believe that Aldrich violated the rules by not obtaining full clearance for his manuscript.

Having obtained clearance , maintain your cleared altitude or flight level. 2.

receive

In preparation for his job at Commerce, Huang received an interim security clearance while he was still working at Lippo.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Siegert helped the movie crew get clearance to film in the park.

The clearance of brush around houses helped prevent the fire from spreading.

The pilot requested clearance to land at Narita Airport.

Two months after his heart attack, Mason received medical clearance to go back to work.

We expect that we'll have clearance from the Justice Department for the buyout in the first quarter of the year.

We need twelve feet of overhead clearance for the truck.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A visitor without security clearance must be signed for by the sponsor and accompanied at all times.

For those holding anything less than a full clearance , red badges are issued.

Hartzell claim improved take-off and climb performance, reduced noise and vibration, and better ground clearance .

Most of the loss is attributed to population growth and rural poverty, leading to land clearance for agriculture.

Schwartz opened the conversation by saying that the Agency had decided to reinstate the employee and restore his clearance .

The pact calls for the destruction of all stockpiles within four years of ratification and the clearance of minefields within 10 years.

The third came from another defensive clearance which found Connolly in his own half inside the centre circle.

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