clear area

clear area

[′klir ‚er·ē·ə]
(computer science)
In optical character recognition, any area designated to be kept free of printing or any other extraneous markings.
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RAWALPINDI -- Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif Tuesday visited the Police Training Centre (PTC) Quetta and met police officials, army and FC troops, who carried out an operation last night to clear area, neutralise and eliminate the terrorists attacking the centre.
30pm yesterday the elderly man was seen fishing close to the Cape Clear area and at that time he had not been in any difficulty.
PUMPKIN Step One: Using a damp sponge and orange paint, apply a base coat over the whole face, leaving a clear area in the top corner of the forehead.
PUMPKIN Step One: Using a damp sponge These fun | and orange paint, apply a base coat over the whole face, leaving a clear area in the top corner of the forehead.
Heikkinen made a 180-degree turn away from the shipping channel toward a clear area that could safely be used and jettisoned the centerline fuel tank into an unoccupied area of the sea, safely recovering and preserving a $2M asset.
Television transmitters operating in the Mega-Watt (millions of watts) power range are scattered throughout the country and finding a clear area to operate in was often challenging, especially in metropolitan areas.
A 60-inch-diameter clear area for wheelchair turnarounds.
Discuss whether it is it easier for animals to camouflage in wooded areas or in areas where humans have cleared out much of the trees and plants and whether animals have a better chance of surviving in a clear area or wooded area.
Use fireworks outdoors only in a clear area away from houses and buildings.
For example, it can determine whether a 28-inch clear area can be more economically cut as two 14-inch parts or as one 24-inch part and 4 inches of waste.
The good thing about it," Richard Carter explains to the authors, "is that there is so much clear area behind the house.