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Clear or CLEAR may refer to:
- Any transmission or data which is not encoded
clear(Unix), a UNIX command to clear the screen
CLEAR(DOS command), an internal command in Seattle Computer's 86-DOS to high-level format a volume
In other uses
- Campaign for Lead Free Air (CLEAR), a UK organisation that campaigned from 1982-89 to loss
- Clear, Alaska is an unincorporated community in Denali Borough, Alaska, United States
- Clear (brand), a brand of anti-dandruff shampoo
- Clear (Scientology), one of two levels a practitioner can achieve on the way to personal salvation
- Clear (UK company), a UK-based carbon offsetting company
- Cannabis Law Reform (CLEAR), a United Kingdom political party which campaigns against cannabis prohibition
- The Clear, also known as Tetrahydrogestrinone, an anabolic steroid developed by Patrick Arnold
- Clear, to kick the ball away from the goal they are defending. Also used in hockey and other sports.
- Clear, a Registered Traveler program used in airports in the United States
- Clear (magazine), a fashion, art and luxury and design magazine
- Clear (visual novel), a 2007 adult Japanese visual novel
Film and Television
- "Clear" (The Walking Dead), an episode of the television series The Walking Dead
Artists and labels
- Clear (hardcore band), a vegan straight edge hardcore group from Utah
- Clear (Christian band), an American CCM group from Cambridge, Minnesota
- "Clear" (Cybotron song), a 1983 single from the Cybotron album Clear
- "Clear!" (Kardinal Offshall song), a 2009 single from the Kardinal Offishall album Mr. International
- "Clear", a song from the 1992 P-Model album P-Model
- "Clear", a song from the 2007 Miley Cyrus album Meet Miley Cyrus
- Claro (surname)
- Clear channel (disambiguation)
- Clearance (disambiguation)
- Clearing (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "Clear"
- All pages beginning with "The Clear"
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