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One of the changes the Fed made to the Main Street loan program on Friday clarified that businesses seeking Main Street loans from a bank should not have previous Paycheck Protection Program loans of up to $2 million held against them.

The contract also clarifies student rights, declaring that children cannot be questioned by school-assigned police — known as school resource officers, or SROs — until and unless their parent or guardian has been informed.

It provides further evidence that there were at least two instances of interbreeding, and it helps clarify how early human populations moved around Asia.

The move came after a statement from the Association of Art Museum Directors, a national oversight organization, that clarified the intent of an April move that loosened deaccessioning rules.

AT&T touts its quarterly “activiations” without clarifying that only a small portion of customers are choosing to sign up for HBO Max directly by paying $15 per month for a subscription.

So, in an unusual order (PDF) issued on New Years Day, District Judge Robert Hinkle clarified the issue.

Bert and Ernie, as Sesame Street exasperatedly clarified, are not gay.

Paul has since clarified that he would not, in fact, support drone use in normal criminal situations.

Last week in an interview with The Daily Beast, Cuban clarified but reaffirmed his warning.

He claims in his complaint that the agency never clarified the discrepancy nor did it pay Shanklin the $35,000.

He groped for her unexpressed meaning, and seeing that he had not grasped it she clarified it to his masculine intelligence.

Fry in clarified dripping, and pour over the dish any white or green vegetable ragot, made hot; grate Parmesan over all.

Remove the paste and fill the mould up with clarified meat jelly, partly cold; let this set.

Egg and breadcrumb them, dip them in clarified butter, and fry a pale gold colour, and serve on a border of mashed potatoes.

Place the hare fillets and the stuffing cutlets in the pan and fry to a good colour in clarified butter.


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On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clarified, such as: aseptic, hygienic, pure, wholesome, antiseptic, and decontaminated.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.