- s habitually clean
cleanly in their persons and habitations
- r in an adroit manner
he bounced it cleanly off the wall
- r in a manner that minimizes dirt and pollution
the motor burns cleanly
- r without difficulty or distortion
she played the piano accompaniment cleanly
News & Articles
- Special Report: Egypt's Brotherhood turns to flour power
By Tom Perry and Abdel Rahman Youssef ALEXANDRIA (Reuters) - The bread queue can be a dangerous and dishonest place in Egypt. People have killed over state-subsidized loaves. Corruption blights much of the trade. The problems, says the ruling Muslim Brotherhood, are why it has introduced a new way to deliver bread - safely and cleanly - from bakeries to homes. ...
June 13, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
- Long-Range EURAUD Scalp Eyes Initial Objectives at 1.3760
Scalp Note s : Bottom Line: Although our longer-term metrics continue to point higher, recent price action suggests our medium-term focus should be lower towards 1.3760-1.38. A cleanly formed descending channel may continue to guide price action with rallies into 1.4035 to be sold.
June 13, 2013 - Daily FX
- Bill Belichick in Boston Globe
That wasn't cleanly handled,Belichick said. "I'll take responsibility."
- David Obey in San Francisco Chronicle
Our troops won the war clearly, cleanly and quickly,said Rep. David Obey, D-Wis., chairman of the Appropriations Committee.
- Jeff Crowe in AFP
Match referee Jeff Crowe said in an ICC statement: "In the first instance, when Nathan Hauritz was the fielder, the on-field umpires consulted and neither was able to decide if the catch was taken cleanly so they referred the decision to the third...