How To Use Clean In A Sentence

  • He was clean-shaven, in his early 30s and wearing a dark blue t-shirt.
  • I can find no legitimate references to the use of metallic, inorganic, or organic silver compounds as a sanitizer, disinfectant, or sterilizing agent. quaternary ammonium chloride compounds - Mixtures of compounds such as alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride, didecyl dimethyl ammonium chloride, dioctyl dimethyl ammonium chloride, and octyl decyl dimethyl ammonium chloride are very commonly used as surface sanitizer; if you look at your household cleaners that claim disinfecting properties, there's a high percentage chance that you'll find a "quat". Question ;Microdyne
  • · The tailstock quill is brought into working position (Fig. 14) whereby special attention must be given to quill cleanliness. 3. Preparations for thread cutting by dies and taps
  • Lead commentators, Don Cherry and Ron MacLean broadcast from a remote area. Mike Plume: “8:30 Newfoundland” « Mudpuddle
  • He handled it really well for a man who doesn't have children, is not used to having to think about money and employs a cleaner.
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  • I have also used * toothpaste* to clean the screen; if you work at it, the toothpaste abrasives will get rid of hairline scratches on the screen surface. CIS Threads #1: Interesting Threads from the TRS Model 100 Forum Messages by Phil Wheeler
  • She damped her cloth before cleaning the windows.
  • The narrator is somewhat sardonic about his guests and is perhaps influenced by the three whiskies he's had and the cleanskin he's finishing up with.
  • He did miss the second part where you then point at the mess and the recipient is unclean. Think Progress » Bush wipes his hand on Clinton’s shirt after shaking hands with Haitian residents.
  • Bitterness is like cancer. It eats upon the host. But anger is like fire. It burns it all clean. Maya Angelou 
  • Clean dishes or perfect pearly whites? The Sun
  • Webb had shoulder surgery in August, a so-called "debridement" procedure that amounted to a clean-up of his rotator cuff and labrum. azcentral.com | news
  • It was a bit too clean and antiseptic to be really considered an evil lair.
  • Finally she says to me: You could at least clean that damn thing every once in a while.
  • Making a completely clean break with the past, the couple got rid of all their old furniture.
  • The extracts obtained were prefiltered through glass wool and sodium sulfate anhydride and filtered by column chromatography (clean-up performed using sodium sulfate anhydride and Celite 545).
  • A good clean hit from Botham sent the ball straight out to the boundary.
  • Several chapters cover the basics of clean room technology, e.g., lithography, etching and layer deposition techniques.
  • Our spa facials will leave you with clean skin that glows with the freshness of youth.
  • Clean and cheerful, the rooms are decorated with children's artwork and handicrafts.
  • In the first half maybe evern longer, his art was much more clean, smooth, and linear, whereas much later, he developed the blockier style of Kirby. Top 100 Comic Book Runs #30-26 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources
  • Zaheer bowled a good length in the final overs and got one right in the blockhole to shatter the stumps of Sami and after that Moin was clean bowled by Balaji and India won by 40 runs with Pakistan allout for 253. Archive 2004-03-01
  • The Lord ministered to her, offering unconditional love and acceptance and washing her clean from the grime of her experience. Growing Through Loss and Grief
  • Quickly she left the room to go search for a clean tissue to wipe the cut.
  • I use the brush first rapped with a cleaning patch soaked in carburetor cleaner. Live from the SHOT Show: New Gun Reviews
  • At the end of the day, you can come back here for cleanup, or there's cold cream in your trailer. SWIMMING TO CATALINA
  • After you've washed your shirt, you have to rinse it twice with clean warm water.
  • As a result, instead of the clean visuals that typify the science fiction genre, we see lens flares, shaky handheld cameras, zooms, and sloppy rack focuses even in CGI shots.
  • Does household cleaning give you headaches, nausea, dizzy spells or sign irritations?
  • Surfaces painted with semi-gloss or eggshell finish paints are easier to clean than flat-finish paints.
  • They found it difficult to cleanly isolate this property as an aspect.
  • The film print is extremely clean with only a little bit of grain.
  • All the polls had pointed to a clean sweep for the Democrats.
  • Ultima will clean the inside of the glass panels, because the outside is coated with a self-cleaning laminate, which doesn't allow dust or dirt to settle.
  • It was indeed, the dirty brown hair was neatly combed and the coat was new and clean, he was smiling fit to burst as he entertained giggling ladies and laughing lords.
  • The chemical industry is under pressure to reduce its impact on the environment and to run its operations as cleanly and efficiently as possible.
  • In the event, Gabriel got work with a road crew, digging up the streets of north London for cable companies; Andrea, again unable to persuade a bank to give her an interview, took up house- cleaning.
  • So I put the guitar on clean, put on the delay effect, and I arpeggiate the chords at the right speed to get this really crazy thumping sound. All Updates @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
  • The teacher is cleaning the blackboard with a board rubber.
  • There is a layer of dust on the dressing-table. Clean it before the guest arrives.
  • A classic example of cleaning fan losses can be found at headlands where combine speeds suddenly drop.
  • One of the areas I looked at first was the so-called ancillary services - that is cleaning, catering and laundry.
  • After the clockwork of the watch was cleaned the watch kept perfect time.
  • I didn't answer her, just kept scrubbing the toilet clean while Colleen trickled Visine into her eyes.
  • He is known to be a control freak and something of a clean freak. Times, Sunday Times
  • And it behoves us to see that they're given a fair chance to develop clean and wholesome bodies without which any nation must go to the wall.
  • The guys were clean-cut and dashing, the girls were curly-haired and red-lipped.
  • How do I clean mud off silk shoes?
  • If a product cannot be cleaned by any method, the manufacturer is required to attach a label saying so—for example, “Do not wash, do not dry-clean” or “Cannot be successfully cleaned.” HOME COMFORTS
  • I spotted a cleaner sporting a plastic bib with the words Tourist Attractions emblazoned across it.
  • Nevertheless, he was clean-shaven, his hair was cut and his ears were clean. Stephanie Gertler: Vanishing in New York City
  • The operator is expected to keep the trains clean, and passengers are expected to take their rubbish with them and also not graffiti them.
  • Heat the egg whites and the remaining caster sugar in a large clean, heatproof bowl. Times, Sunday Times
  • It also boasts an unmatched ventilation and antifog system, removable interior cheek pads and a sturdy chinstrap that can be removed to allow cleaning or replacement.
  • Liverpool can not afford to concede a goal tonight-and James has yet to keep a clean sheet.
  • He winks out of the corner of his eye at me and says, 'Your old daddy is tough isn't he?' and shows me the end of his thumb calloused and hard as the knurl of white oak; only fire could clean it to the original skin. Confessions of Boyhood
  • The first task following the disaster was the restoration of clean water supplies.
  • SNOW (voice-over): With his wife Silda by his side, New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, the man once known as Mr. Clean, addressed his fall from grace. CNN Transcript Mar 12, 2008
  • Feeling incredibly dirty and gritty, from all the dirt that she was covered under from her ride, Ari ran a bath for herself and scrubbed herself clean.
  • Each water unit produces 15,000 liters of clean potable water a day.
  • Dear ladies (and sirs), that last is reason alone to try to remember to WASH - not dryclean - your (washable) fabrics when you get them home, instead of waiting until just before you sew them to preshrink them. Resolved. - A Dress A Day
  • By the time he was a teenager in the 1950s, he was spending all his spare time at Recreation Park, cleaning boots, helping the groundsman, travelling to away games on the team bus.
  • Cast not out the foul water till you bring in the clean
  • [From the window of a dry-cleaner's in San Francisco. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VII No 4
  • Chin put on his strict sifu face and began barking orders: Clean up this room! American Chinatown
  • Now, whenever I go out on the porch I remember how rusty and pitted the railings used to look and how it bothered me, and the several hours I spent sandpapering it smooth, then the three coats of brown Rustoleum I applied, and now I'm watching it get whiter and cleaner with every new layer of paint I apply. A Productive Day
  • The problem was that Eric decided to go on a macrobiotic diet to cleanse his system and he lost so much weight you could see his skull under his skin.
  • Like one that would suck up the darkness like a vacuum cleaner.
  • Then the mixture is applied to a cleaned device surface and activated by ultraviolet light.
  • Requests are supposed to be passed on to the city's Clean Teams, gangs of four in special red uniforms and marked vans who not only pick litter but also prune and weed green spaces.
  • Keep drip tray and oven clean and free of crumbs, grease and particles.
  • He is satisfied that there was no health risk from the clean-up of the first site.
  • General sorting categories are whites, light colors, bright or deep-colored materials, permanent press, delicates, and clothes for the dry cleaners.
  • The pieces should be sturdy, worm-free and consider just how will you clean up the mess if you send a slop of beef gravy down that gorgeous burr walnut façade?
  • They were clean, capable and were supported by the people.
  • The guitars plug in and the amps come to life with a clean thread of pure rock.
  • During a room clean up exercise, a notepad I used in England was found.
  • Persons must indeed be of very uncleanly habits, whose heads absolutely require the aid of this comb, as the brush alone sufficiently possesses the power of effectually cleaning the hair from scurf, dandriff, and dust, if constantly used. The Ladies' Vase Polite Manual for Young Ladies
  • Using plain white and ivory paper, straws and pipe cleaners, she creates faux gemstones, crystals and pearls.
  • I've put clean sheets on the bed.
  • The New Zealander-Australian country music star battled an addiction to cocaine in the late '90s, but cleaned up before releasing his self-titled American debut in 2000.
  • This also reflects his personal hygiene, outwardly appearing clean but in reality, dirty. STUART: A Life Backwards
  • Besides cleaning up barf, breaking up fights and propping up staggering patrons, owners and waiters can get sued if overly-lubricated lushes kill or injure someone on their drive home.
  • They had on little white aprons, trimmed with jaconet edging, and collars as clean and white as snow. "Co. Aytch" Maury Grays, First Tennessee Regiment or, A Side Show of the Big Show
  • Eventually a more thorough cleaning will remove any dirt and later retouching.
  • Most villagers have cleaned out their bomb shelters and made sure to stock canned food and medical supplies. Times, Sunday Times
  • Cheeks burning red she babbled apologies, quickly trying to clean the tunic and the table and the floor with her shirt.
  • Toray users chose theirs for the ultrasonic feature, which, when taken along with the previous question, suggests that the word-of-mouth effect, therefore the quality (or at least the sense of quality) of the cleaning given by their brushes is very high. Why Japanese teeth are often wonky
  • And the hospital is kept thoroughly clean and dusted every day - and that included the tops of cupboards and places that you do not normally see.
  • -- One of the best remedies is powdered lycopodium; apply it every time the babe is cleaned; but first wash with pure castile soap; Pears 'soap is also good. Searchlights on Health The Science of Eugenics
  • Also up for grabs were walking sticks, Zimmer frames, wheelchairs, microwaves, refrigerators and industrial vacuum cleaners.
  • Stronger cleaners such as oven or drain cleaners also contain corrosive substances, which will kill and remove tissue cells.
  • At first glance, it's a cleaning rod with a rubber tip and a funny-looking patch.
  • Her green jacket was loosely draped in the crook of her elbow, and her jeans were clean, as if they had been purchased recently.
  • The majority of locals with jobs there are cleaners and security staff. The Sun
  • My mother used to do the cleaning of the upper rooms in our house wearing a hat and coat. Times, Sunday Times
  • If condensation collects on the inside of the window, wipe it off with a clean cloth.
  • The cleaner put down his mop and bucket and sat down.
  • Egyptians used bath oils, white powders, and abrasives to clean their teeth.
  • Doubt he tried to clean up there afterwards - not with all that ticker tape on the floor. The Sun
  • During his four-month stay in the hospital, Mrs Gearon-Simm claimed cleaners failed to mop floors and clean basins and furniture.
  • For example, if my washing machine oversuds and overflows, I think it's amusing; the person who has to clean the mess does not. All articles at Blogcritics
  • He was oily in character, very slick and unclean.
  • At the same time, Breakwater is preparing to bulldoze most of those buildings this summer as part of its clean-up plan.
  • To reclaim your disk memory, you need to clean up these unnecessary and unwanted files.
  • I love the squeaky-clean feel of my hair after I've washed it.
  • I clean them carefully but the itch is driving me crazy.
  • Water from the aquarium tanks is pumped over the top of rafts of brown algae, which feed on the nutrients in the water and help clean it naturally, as they would out on the reef.
  • I was cleaning out my SPAM folder last night when the computer dinged and another email landed in the SPAM folder… asking for a dimensional generator.
  • “They look like—” His expression froze and he looked from Caitlyn to MacLean, then back to the map upon the table. The Laird Who Loved Me
  • She spread some laughter by describing the residents in the affected area as 'pure boggin' and 'hummin'' due to the lack of clean water.
  • Turn onto a clean surface dusted with flour. Times, Sunday Times
  • Help me clean up before Dad gets home or he'll have a conniption.
  • The Government still have not come clean about the information revealed in a Select Committee appendix.
  • First, if the shaft of a long bone be hit above the junction of diaphysis and epiphysis, the cancellous tissue in and extending from the medullary cavity is pulverised, and examination of fragments from such fractures gives the impression of the inner aspect having been scraped clean. Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900 Being Mainly a Clinical Study of the Nature and Effects of Injuries Produced by Bullets of Small Calibre
  • In this paper, three future directions, clean fuels, replaceable fuels and catalytic purifier, were discussed briefly.
  • He added that it would help with recycling, where plastic bottles need to be rinsed completely clean. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘Don't get your clothes dry-cleaned, eat organically, throw out the super-strength cleaners,’ she said.
  • He cleaned his teeth and rinsed his face under a standpipe outside. WHITE LIES
  • _Table baize_ is a kind of oilcloth used as a cheap and easily-cleaned covering for tables. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 2 "Baconthorpe" to "Bankruptcy"
  • As it is sometimes difficult to rear young calves it is a good thing to keep them clean and dry., whitewashing the calf hulls two or three times during the winter.
  • His furious lunge at the snapper has sullied his clean-cut image. The Sun
  • I met wi 'twa dink quines in particular, ane o' them a sonsie, fine, fodgel lass, baith braw and bonnie; the tither was clean-shankit, straught, tight, weelfar'd winch, as blythe's a lintwhite on a flowerie thorn, and as sweet and modest's a new-blawn plumrose in a hazle shaw. The Complete Works of Robert Burns: Containing his Poems, Songs, and Correspondence. With a New Life of the Poet, and Notices, Critical and Biographical by Allan Cunningham
  • For being marginally wide at the last turn he lost a single point, but otherwise his three sections of driving were clean.
  • 3 For our exhortation was not of deceit, nor of uncleanness, nor in guile: 4 Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)
  • It works just as well only it's much cheaper and can be cleaned for reuse.
  • Local authorities have a duty to keep the streets clean.
  • As we dip thin slices of raw geoduck into seasoned soy, the clean, fresh sweetness of the clam seems to affirm these thoughts.
  • That is, there aren't really very clean answers about when embryos should be considered persons, with all the attendant rights.
  • Dry-clean and encase cashmere and fur in plastic bags for summer
  • I'd bought a cheap cardboardy case in Perth, plus a skimp of clean clothes, so I could portray respectability. THE TARTAN RINGERS
  • The detector itself consisted of a 100,000-gallon tank filled with tetrachloroethylene, a solvent used in dry cleaning. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mostly because abortion, labor, surgical operation or not clean sexual behavior come cervix uteri's damnification, the pathogen penetration comes the infection.
  • A cleaner on his way home from work feared he would die as water lapped his chin when he became trapped in his car in Fairfield.
  • It's also much more expensive to clean up and much more damaging to the proprietor seen as they usually cannot use a room I've just vacated - not until the fumigators have finished anyway.
  • The Welshman fluffed his lines with five minutes to go when he was clean through. The Sun
  • Traditional methods for liquid or semiliquid fecal incontinence management, such as the use of absorbent briefs/pads, skin cleansers, and moisturizers, are only moderately successful in alleviating the consequences of fecal incontinence. New Data Shows Budget Impact of Fecal Management System in Hospital ICU
  • A follis found in the destruction layer of Room 4 of the Macellum after manual cleaning. Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Small Finds Conservation Report 1
  • He came to believe that working people, poor people, put down and stepped upon, had to organize if they were going to clean up the slums, fight the corruption that exploited them, and get a handhold on the first rung of the ladder up and out. Bill Moyers: Saul Alinsky, Who?
  • A great all-round cleanser that has a very pleasant floral smell. The Sun
  • My bias stands on history, a history of near on 35 years on the front lines, cleaning up the messes mad by experts, carrying the agenda of whomever is paying the bill. An Evolutionary Model of Depression, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • I helped myself to breakfast, doing my best not to spill too many cornflakes and cleaned up afterwards, crawling under the table to chase stray flakes.
  • I didn't clean, so we hired a maid who said she would do it only if our house were exorcized. A Country of Husbands
  • They also can be washed to ensure that the next slab or tilt panel has a clean edge.
  • And every morning, when the air was clean and brisk, the black man who had first dubbed him `Danlo the Wild "taught him to ice skate. THE BROKEN GOD
  • Wildlife official are celebrating the sighting of a beaver in the Detroit River for the first time in at least 75 years, signaling that efforts to clean up the waterway are paying off.
  • Venison was seldom served without this accompaniment, but furmety, sweetened with sugar, was a favorite dish of itself, the ‘clean broth’ being omitted when a lord was to be the partaker.
  • Other rodents might also be suited to domestication; for instance, the potentially tamable, clean-living species of South American fields and woodlands - agouti, capybara, hutia, mare, coypu, pace, and vizcacha. Chapter 3
  • After a second's wait -- snortingly impatient on Mr. Wilder's part; he was being pressed close by the none too clean citizens of Valedolmo -- the door was opened a very small crack by a frowsy jailoress. Jerry
  • Paid first, last and a cleaning deposit on Monday, June the eleventh. SILENT JOE
  • There are gaps between the new and the old tiles that will be difficult to clean and therefore unhygienic.
  • Cafe area clean with adjacent bar. The Sun
  • Have clean and pure mind, noble sentiment; in each patient with a occupation smile; do not expect anything in return just offer in their heart.
  • The men then cleaned out display cases of jewelry and fled.
  • A calf that spends the early hours of life licking a dirty udder and hind legs of a cow trying to find a teat is more likely to succumb to disease than a calf in a clean environment that got an early feed of quality colostrum.
  • I puttered around for a while, cleaning up the kitchen.
  • Season the chicken inside and out with salt and pepper. Wrap in a clean tea towel for at least 30 minutes or as long as a full day. Refrigerate.
  • It boasted of the clean and long-lasting nature of the product.
  • In appearance and atmosphere he was a strapping big college man, smooth-faced and easy-mannered, clean and simple and wholesome, with a known record of being a splendid athlete and an implied vast possession of cold culture of the inhibited sort. SOUTH OF THE SLOT
  • After a two-month renovation and deep cleaning, McCann's petite third-floor gallery is spotless.
  • Effective cleaning methods include presoaking and manual, ultrasonic, or washer/ decontaminator cleaning to remove soil and extraneous material.
  • Clean, paved roads give way to dirt paths strewn with rubbish and open sewers. The Sun
  • The plateau is 1300 meters above sea level and attracts people for its natural beauties, clean weather, and cold spring water. Archive 2009-05-01
  • A man approached her and said that he saw a bird make the mess and offered to help her clean herself up.
  • Clean out your wallet, your purse and your coat pockets.
  • As long as the clothes are clean and his teeth are brushed, he's kind to others and he stays out of jail - it'll be okay.
  • Oh, don't get mad - it's just good clean fun !
  • Next in importance after Ashford in east Kent were the running depots (engine sheds) of the two rival lines, where a number of engines were based, cleaned and maintained, and where the majority of the footplate crews were based.
  • We anticipate the work will begin in the autumn and will involve cleaning, relining or renewing certain water mains in the area.
  • Donnie raised his clean hand and dabbed the sweat from Steven's forehead, under his straggly hair.
  • The high pure water system is mainly used for photoelectricity industry and electronic, such as optics resin piece, glasses, precise revertex products ultrasonic cleaning water.
  • A spongy, Dijon-colored city of algae and microscopic creatures that floats on the surface, periphyton cleanses the Everglades of excess nutrients and pollutants.
  • She came trooping down the driveway wearing a simple pair of clean jeans that weren't too fancy, a light blue sweat shirt and a colored scarf underneath her black track jacket.
  • A large incinerator has been operating in south Bramalea for some years now, cleanly burning up garbage, all the while pumping electricity on to the nearby power grid.
  • It seems more likely, however, that our culture of cleanliness is what does us in when it comes to welcoming dog patrons in our nation's eateries. Should we be more like the French and invite dogs to dinner?
  • Copenhagen were described as the cleanest, while London, Paris and Rome were derided as the dirtiest. BusinessWeek.com -- Top News
  • It was a apartment building the rooms were nicely furbished and clean.
  • I'll do my best to keep the overall design and function clean and simple but I'm looking forward to getting properly to grips with the new methodology.
  • This was caused by clashes between partners with varying standards of cleanliness. Times, Sunday Times
  • They're willing to do anything in service to any liberal with money, and then they'll turn around and in self-righteous indignation claim that they have cleaner hands than anybody in the news business who accepts advertising or expresses a point of view. Notable & Quotable
  • It was only when I was on the second sachet and gleefully exhorting the recalcitrant bubbling cauldron to cleanse thyself, that the Gamekeeper ran in gasping and flung all the windows open. 42 entries from November 2007
  • Mold can be cleaned off surfaces with a weak bleach solution.
  • And this finished, self-cleaning, anti-static and weather-resistant structure is itself maintenance free for 25 years.
  • It was pleasant to wake up in Florence, to open the eyes upon a bright bare room, with a floor of red tiles which look clean though they are not; with a painted ceiling whereon pink griffins and blue amorini sport in a forest of yellow violins and bassoons. A Room with a View
  • FBI Special Agent Chip Cleancut, releasing the e-fit image of the wanted man, said, this man represents a clear and present danger to US merchant shipping, and to the national security of the United States of America. Archive 2009-04-01
  • Furthermore, the thick blade and sinuous edges found on most contracting - stemmed bifaces produces a rough cut that is far less clean than slices easily produced on the same materials by unworked flakes.
  • Clean architectural lines, gleaming glass, flower beds so neat and regimented that no weed would dare to seed itself.
  • Flush out the pipes with cold water after adding the cleaning powder.
  • A clean sweep, that was what was needed.
  • His watch was near an hour of the contest, and Brailstone's man had scored first knock-down blow, a particularly clean floorer. The Amazing Marriage — Volume 2
  • I wear special ritual jewellery but there's no time to cleanse and consecrate your stuff. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
  • The undergraduate tinkler that is like strong finish school ended the trade on the net that clean out treasure, searching civil member the job.
  • In 1918 he was a locomotive cleaner at the engine sheds in Boden, and for a time during the winter, a stoker on cargo trains between Boden and Eyvind Johnson - Biography
  • Frank cleans up t.p. debris, puts a hairband to secure the door of cabinet. Funny Story! Eve of Crashstruction
  • Gala clawed back three points almost immediately with the only penalty goal of the match thanks to stand-off Andy McLean.
  • From the moment that grand trine appeared in the sky—an equilateral triangle like the great pyramids—it was our turn to clean house. Surrender the Dark
  • Follow the manufacturer's instructions for cleaning, disinfecting and descaling.
  • Pain and regret cannot scrub me clean, no matter how much I wish it.
  • We do ask our visitors to clean up after their dogs, especially in the more frequented areas of the estate.
  • This vile policy of ethnic cleansing must be stopped.

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