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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At the end of last year Kayley underwent the risky heart surgery and the thriving toddler has now been given a clean bill of health.
Analyzing the data along regional lines, 26% of respondents in Hokkaido received a clean bill of health while other regions from Tohoku down to Kyushu and Okinawa ranged from 13 to 17%.
Bill of Health was sponsored in the House of Representatives by conservative upstate New York Congressman Gerold Solomon who -- fortuitously for the legislations chairman of the House Rules Committee.
We are working closely with health authorities and have closed our NYC outlets until they are fully inspected and given a clean bill of health.
A BIRMINGHAM food firm has been given a clean bill of health by hygiene bosses following claims a bug was found in one of its sweets.
In a direct blow to the Murdoch version of events, the lawyers said that there were no chances of the firm being asked to provide News International with a clean bill of health, the Daily Mail reports.
TRAINER Willie Mullins was able to give his Grand National pair a clean bill of health.
We know that two-thirds of women (with heart problems) will go in and be given a clean bill of health.
A baby smaller than her mum's hand when born has finally been given a clean bill of health by doctors.
I would like to add that, as the readers of the accounts will be able to see, Coventry City has been given a clean bill of health from all concerned.
Zookeepers gave one of their giraffes a clean bill of health yesterday following pioneering key-hole surgery.
The cat food was tested and given a clean bill of health.