clearcutting

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clearcutting

(ˈklɪəˌkʌtɪŋ)
n
the act of felling all trees in area
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Their features were clear cut and handsome in the extreme; their eyes were well set and large, though a slight narrowness lent them a crafty appearance; the iris, as well as I could determine by moonlight, was of extreme blackness, while the eyeball itself was quite white and clear.
Speaking to the media in the wake of the raids, Ramesh claimed that it was a clear cut case of political vendetta.
Lokman, who is Barisan Nasional's (BN) Sungai Kandis hopeful, pointed out that the award came merely five days after Pakatan Harapan took over Putrajaya, while claiming the issue is a 'clear cut deal and a clear cut conflict of interest'.
I'd like to have a clear cut parameter of how much would be given back to business,' he added.
Clean water is clearly a key to community health and prosperity, but the industries that depend on it are at risk from new proposals to clear cut trees in public forests.
"When I read the article it wasn't as clear cut as people were saying.
Local company Clear Cut Auto Glass, which also offers sunroof repair and installation and window regulator replacement, has partnered with local online marketing firm Prospect Genius.
In 1975, the then 31-year-old had just taken over training at Towton, North Yorkshire from his stepfather WA 'Charlie' Hall and with Clear Cut landed a huge prize in the Mackeson, now Paddy Power, Gold Cup.
Sources said that Maulana advised the Prime Minister to adopt a clear cut policy against the US allegations.
He added: "In conventional war, defeat and victory is very clear cut and is symbolised by troops marching into another nation's capital.
"We created quite a number of clear cut opportunities and in fairness to Valencia, they too had a few opportunities to score but over the piece ours were maybe the more clear cut," said Smith, inset.
With a small sample and no clear cut answers, this book is not meant to prescribe policies or practice for adoption professionals.