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noun as in purifier

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His spokesman later clarified that there would be no interview and referred subsequent questions to Magic Leap, which declined to comment.

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He had supported Proposition 10 and he told me he sent a note to the Union-Tribune to clarify his position.

The four men spoke for three hours about the quest to develop and distribute a coronavirus vaccine—possibly as early as the end of the year—while clarifying some of the science behind how the virus spreads between people.

Nevertheless, it’s a great exercise for clarifying one’s concepts.

He did not clarify in his remarks to CNBC how the government could track who had spent their money, or the total pricetag for such an aggressive stimulus package.

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Her ADHD subjects markedly gravitated toward the Ideator and Developer styles; her non-ADHD subjects toward the Clarifier role.

For each phase, a name: the Clarifier, the Ideator, the Developer, and the Implementer.

What intelligence has to do in the service of impulse is to act not as its obedient servant but as its clarifier and liberator.

It is extensively employed as a clarifier in the sugar plantations of the West Indies, and elsewhere.

Is any other clarifier or any other evidence required to prove the pro-Peary frauds?

Mr. Birrell's work is not merely good reading, but is a mental clarifier and tonic.

When I came home from school at night, through a strangely permeated atmosphere, I beheld the clarifier simmering on the stove.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clarifier, such as: cleaner, cleanser, refiner, and sanitizer.

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