clean track

clean track

[¦klēn ¦trak]
(engineering acoustics)
A sound track having no leakage from other tracks.
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Dubai: A clean track record and honesty are some of the traits that have helped taxi drivers win recognition and rewards by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).
He said under the strict supervision of chief municipal officer Saleem Dawar the civic body had already awarded contracts of uplift schemes to the contractors with clean track record to launch work without any delay.
Perhaps the greatest challenge that Courtois will ever have to face when it comes to his performance is finding the right strategies and mindset on how to maintain his clean track record.
What's even lovelier about her is that she's known for her clean track record in showbiz: no drama, no divaness and certainly no cat fights
Tunisia has a clean track record of debt repayment.
Sources close to the investigation reportedly said: "The person who had the control over the aircraft has a solid knowledge of avionics and navigation and left a clean track.
Sources close to the investigation said: "The person who had the control over the aircraft has a solid knowledge of avionics and navigation and left a clean track.
The person who had control over the aircraft has a solid knowledge of avionics and navigation, and left a clean track.
A vision borne of Patience Oruh's experiences as a registered nurse with a clean track record, inclusive of her managerial and administrative tenure as a quality improvement management for many years prior to starting her own agency.
The Presidential runners should have a clean track record, 100,000 supporters and the ability to deposit security in IEC account, spokesman told.
Presidential runners are required to have a clean track record, should have 100,000 supporters and the ability to deposit id="mce_marker"7,985 in the IEC account in security.