The essays are edited for clarity.
There is a lack of clarity in many legal documents.
She remembered what happened that day with surprising clarity.
I'm looking for greater clarity about what is expected of our students.
The clarity of the photographs was amazing.
The DVD has excellent clarity of sound.
the clarity of the lake's water
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Recent Examples on the WebSupporters of personhood say declaring that all human beings, including those in the womb, have rights lends important moral clarity and that changes stemming from the concept are desirable.
Jeff Amy, ajc, 30 July 2022 Here is what Hazen had to say this week, with his comments edited for brevity and clarity.
Nick Piecoro, The Arizona Republic, 29 July 2022 That interview has been edited for clarity and length.
Becky Jacobs, The Salt Lake Tribune, 29 July 2022 The Day Gummies have CBD and B12 to provide you with energy and clarity.
Chris Hachey, BGR, 28 July 2022 Hong Kong should refrain from using the law, which lacked clarity in defining national security, the committee said in its findings published Wednesday.
Natasha Khan, WSJ, 28 July 2022 And don't hold your breath for this group to spring into action and give us all some clarity.
Allison Morrow, CNN, 28 July 2022 An almost-tempting prospect after the recent heatwave, submerging yourself in an ice bath is a brilliant way to reduce inflammation, speed up metabolism, and achieve mental clarity.
Hannah Coates, Vogue, 27 July 2022 All of us would have expected more clarity from Universal.
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