These all-clear fliers are filtered through special lines for expediency.
And even the blogs covering this seismic event moment by moment were reluctant to sound the all-clear.
A co-worker locked the door, and a few more tense minutes passed before the “all-clear” came.
After a few minutes, the soldier gave the all-clear and they kept driving.
"Think o' when the all-clear bugle sounds in Fulham," responded Bindle.
When the all-clear signal sounded inside the Shed, nobody paid any attention.
He remembered that Webster had promised to come and knock an all-clear signal on the door.
The bugles sounded all-clear in many keys all round the ear's horizon; their sound matched the waning moonlight.
Denoting authorization to proceed with something; a signal that there is no further danger (1930s+)