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Synonyms for clearance

Synonyms for clearance

the act or process of eliminating

Synonyms for clearance

the distance by which one thing clears another

Related Words

vertical space available to allow easy passage under something

permission to proceed

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We have been working hard to give as much information as possible on clearance time.
Parasite clearance time was prolonged in infections with A578S mutant parasites, and a similar trend was observed for clearance [t.
In addition, FHWA officials recommend that agencies not limit themselves to only the three basic performance measures (roadway clearance time, incident clearance time, and secondary crashes).
The members acknowledged the Web-based one custom system and automation of procedures, which has shortened the clearance time.
However, the check-in and immigration clearance time will also reflect the passenger handling performance.
To support this fact it was shown that shorter clearance time in any country has a higher correlation of having a higher Trade as % of GDP.
Shipping and clearance times cause problems as you need to add two weeks' clearance time onto the shipping time.
The systems when fully functional, he said, will help the Central Bank eliminate or minimize risks associated with payments, clearing and settlement system, eliminate float size for individual customers and banks as well as significantly reduce the float time for cheque clearance, with the possibility of reducing the clearance time from five days to one day in addition to combating fraud and forgery, pave way for reducing high case intensity and gradual migration to high usage of electronic modes of payment, and bring efficiency to government receipts and payments and all other consumers and leverage them for financial deepening of the economy.
The in vivo testing was conducted with the purpose of determining the parasite clearance time (PCT), defined as the time from the start of chloroquine treatment until blood films became negative.
To reduce airport clearance time, immigration forms are being provided to the pilgrims in advance at ports of embarkation so they can fill and submit them at the immigration counters at Jeddah and Madinah, he said.
The use of e-Passports greatly eases travel for OFWs and Filipinos travelling abroad, as it reduces immigration clearance time.
Dill appreciated the towerless Fitchburg Airport because it involved less clearance time to land than his home airport of Hanscom Field in Bedford.
A transnasal esophageal pH catheter with a sensor placed 5 cm above the lower esophageal sphincter recorded reflux events and the acid clearance time for each event, while polysomnography recorded reflux-associated arousals and awakenings.
No statistically significant difference was noted in the change in (delta) half clearance time over the initial 45 minutes between the baseline data and the follow up data (p = 0.
Tom Tang, Green Belt candidate, and their team are nearly complete with a project to decrease port clearance time and daily port clearance costs while getting cargo to units sooner.