bill of health


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bill of health

a certificate, issued by a port officer, that attests to the health of a ship's company
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color) Two-year-old Roxy got a clean bill of health after burglars placed her in a freezer Wednesday, but the dog is sticking close to her owner after the incident.
He said: I think that very soon the IAEA is going to come to the point when it will give Egypt a 100 per cent clean bill of health, as we are 100 per cent in line with the rules".
Staff at Solihull-based McCann Erickson got a clean bill of health as staff from the agency dressed up as doctors and nurses as part of a charity initiative.
Plato falls almost instantly for Emily (of course, they both need affidavits from each other's doctor ensuring a clean bill of health, first).
The 36 workers who underwent medical checks when the plant was evacuated were all given a clean bill of health and returned to work the next day.
A clean bill of health for Boeing, by contrast, could lead the Pentagon to reinstate the original deal.
In a September Fox News Channel special, NEA President Reg Weaver said he was confident the association will come out with "a clean bill of health.
Once the vet gives the animal a clean bill of health, Stephanie sets out in search of a loving home.
By June, I was practically ready to give it a clean bill of health.
While the female rats were given a clean bill of health (aside from teeth discoloration), the male rats showed "equivocal evidence of carcinogenic activity," based on the occurrence of a small number of bone osteosarcomas.
And it published a position paper that gave sugar a clean bill of health.
The leading glass packaging company, Rockware Glass are showing leadership in standards of hygiene at their Knottingley, Worksop and Doncaster factories with a clean bill of health from a recent Royal Society for the Promotion of Health inspection.