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But one thing I want to make clear once and for all.
To them we have already made clear what may come.
Instead, we need to make clear what still needs to be done.
As the president made clear, time was not on our side.
An example will make clear what I am trying to say.
Where the money came from has not been made clear and may never be.
One important point has not been reported or made clear.
God, why is nothing ever made clear in this house?
All of this will be made clear in our report.
But once they're made clear, we know how bad they are.
But there was something she had to make clear to him.
But the President had made clear that he wanted a job done.
They make clear how far there still is to go.
First, there is something I would like to make clear.
Let me say here that one thing should be made clear.
That is something we should make clear at all times.
Such things, he knew from experience, would be made clear to him in their time.
He made clear that his party saw no reason now to leave the Government.
But the report makes clear that this is not the case.
These point out of this world, but where to is not made clear.
But the Government have already made clear their position on this matter.
Many things, it seemed, had not been made clear to me.
Make clear you know that more is involved than law and order.
There are two points I should like to make clear.
It didn't really matter, as the director of the program makes clear in the end.
Believe it or not, much of this makes passable entertainment.
New tracks were laid, old lines made passable and lighting installed.
Cromwell ordered the bridge at once to be repaired and made passable for troops.
"Hudson Hawk" might have justified this trauma had it made passable use of its license.
1892 - December 30 - The ice-bridges to Montreal are being made passable.
A number of weirs on the river had to be made passable to allow fish to ascend the river.
While the road was now made passable all year, there are still sections, some of several kilometers in length, which remained unfinished as of 2008.
They did go north the next afternoon, tramping up roads made passable by behemoths wearing snowshoes.
The smaller pipes made good kindling, and the big ones, split in half, made passable logs.
These made passable torches.
Wells were dug at various points, swamps were bridged with logs and the road made passable for teams.
Washing and tidying their hair had made passable improvements in that direction, although nothing could be done about the bruise on the Englishwoman's cheek.
In fairness, it might be said that Mr. Hyde has already made passable efforts to be a good citizen.
It didn't take me very long to figure out that Ektachrome color film would make passable slides of black-and-white images, provided the lighting was carefully controlled.
When they came back, they had two boxes full of colored sunglasses with little metal shields that made passable goggles out of them.
The specifications for the trail were that it be 1.3 m (4 ft) wide, clear of trees and boulders, and any wet sections made passable.
The Van Cortlandt House was converted into a public museum and, with the city's approval, particularly overgrown areas of the property were made passable.
which was built on high ground to make passable this only available medieval route from coastal points south to Aberdeen.
The instant it turned the corner it had hammered in to make passable, it could hear the faint, high, insistent wailing of the alarm.
Americans prefer Presidents who look as if they'd make passable guest hosts for the "Tonight" show when Jay Leno is off skiing.
The trail was made passable from the Genesee River west to Lewiston in 1812; however, it was still a narrow, crude path with no bridges.
A state road was made passable through the township in 1830 that went from Shelbyville, IN to Fort Wayne, IN.
The band -two guitars, keyboards, bass and drums, led by Mark McEntee (on guitar) - made passable post-punk, unkempt rock, free of affectations.
A pair of riblike bones, each fastened to portions of fin with strings cut from his former cape, made passable paddles with which to propel the once-living raft.
The terrain on the island, earlier judged unsuitable for anything but the costliest and most difficult advances, was made passable with the aid of preparatory fire-scouring by napalm bombs from 114.
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