clean bill of health


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Noun1.clean bill of health - an assurance that someone is healthy or something is in good condition; "the doctor gave him a clean bill of health"
assurance - a statement intended to inspire confidence; "the President's assurances were not respected"
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permitted to land, though we showed a clean bill of health.
I know he's asking an awful price," I interrupted, "and atop of it he wants an extra thousand for what he calls your clean bill of health.
TEAM TALK Clean bill of health as Molineux men target title IN the same way that struggling sides seem to pick up knocks, Wolves go into today's game with Rotherham with a complete clean bill of health.
All we can hope for is a clean bill of health for all Everton players on duty.
JAMES McPake has been given a clean bill of health after a scan for a suspected hamstring tear came back clear.
Summary: ISLAMABAD -- President Asif Ali Zardari underwent a medical check-up in a London hospital on Sunday and his doctors gave him a clean bill of health.
But the lawyers said that there were no chances of the firm being asked to provide News International with a clean bill of health.
It seems that Mikati is seeking a clean bill of health from Hariri, Tripoli and the Sunnis and he wants the same bill from the Arabs and international community.
Noah's 25-year-old mum lost niece Sophie Faith to a genetic defect four years ago so the couple were relieved when doctors at the University Hospital of North Durham gave him a clean bill of health.
ALL dogs in 15 high-profile pedigree breeds which win at Crufts will need to be given a clean bill of health by vets before their award is confirmed, the Kennel Club announced.
A clean bill of health is not something to ever take lightly.
The double Grade 2-winning hurdler, who was third in the 2007 Champion Hurdle, was given a clean bill of health after being taken to the local veterinary clinic.