clean track

clean track

[¦klēn ¦trak]
(engineering acoustics)
A sound track having no leakage from other tracks.
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"Some are assuming that the company will need as much as $500 million to $1 billion to complete these projects given the lack of a clean track record on the part of SNC's management," Sytchev said in an investor note.
I am convinced that with your set of values, clean track record, and competence, you have what it takes to uplift the lives of our countrymen.
Belmonte also attributed the endorsement as a recognition of her clean track record and successful programs implemented as vice- mayor.
She vowed to stay true to her clean track record as a public servant.
"Check if you are dealing with a good developer who has a clean track record.
The media attack had stirred a storm on social media as people know Afridi for his personal integrity and clean track record.
However, the prime minster, who is determined to achieve high targets, ought to maintain a clean track record and needs to demonstrate an unblemished conduct.
Al-Zubair found a clean track and posted a potent lap of 1min 31.591sec to storm into third position.
It would be best if those who represent women on such boards have a clean track record and solid record of working on women's issues,' she maintained.
He pointed out his clean track record during the elections in 2004, 2007, 2010, and 2016.
However, a person with creditability and having neat and clean track record would be picked up for the office of the caretaker CM of the province for the next 3 months, they said.
"Starting from the front row meant a clean track in front, I'm still not able to launch the Kawasaki like my Aprilia, but I'm getting better and I got a good start, swapped positions a few times but, again I was over the line first to win again."