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neat

(of alcoholic drinks) without added water, lemonade, etc.; undiluted

neat

Descriptive of plaster or cement mixed without the addition of any material except water. See neat cement.
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Like option two, this option contains all the key elements of the crest within the shield to allow neatness of presentation and support consistency of application across different media and when used by partners.
Cleanliness, tidiness and neatness are key when it comes to marketing a property.
But there is a element of neatness to Edwards' diagnosis that coexists uneasily with the reality of global power politics.
You always work so neatly" is pointed to as a badge of honor, as adults coach the young toward a culture of order and an aesthetic of neatness.
The difference shows in panel fit, shut lines and neatness of finish - especially inside doors with smooth welds and evidence everywhere of a painstaking approach to manufacturing.
If we want to keep our society away from disease we should observe cleanliness and neatness," Hafiz Hashmat said, adding that it would further save a lot of money being spent on medical treatment.
Each allotment is judged against criteria including growth and yield, cultivation, biodiversity and neatness.
At the conclusion of my time in the witness stand the judge commended me on the accuracy and neatness of the writing on these schedules and the importance of this in the legal system.
The municipal authorities also decided to beef up the general neatness in vegetable markets and to take steps to stop the practice of irrigating vegetable farms with sewage.
Knowing the German obsession with neatness and order, he turned his trouser pockets inside out and Von Cramm went to pieces, losing the shortest ever Wimbledon final 6-1 6-1 6-0.
This spot used to be the pride of Bahrain with it's neatness and beauty.