At Wednesday's debate, he was given a chance to clarify his stance.
“European leaders need to clarify what is the vision,” he said last week.
That's important to clarify right off the bat, because you just might have the wrong impression of the Surviving Jack star.
If this is what Congress intended, all that is needed is for Congress to clarify that expressly.
UPDATE: This article has been updated to clarify some details about the recordings allegedly made by Abdullah and Jackson.
Beat a quantity of Houseleek in a marble mortar, squeeze out the Juice and clarify it.
I wish you would talk to her, and let her clarify your ideas.
The beer did not clarify well, it remained turbid and had a tendency to assume a disagreeable odor and taste.
We need to clarify our ideals, and enliven our vision of perfection.
You can clarify by questioning me when I conceived the idea and what my answer would naturally be that Sunday morning.
early 14c., "make illustrious, make known," from Old French clarifiier "clarify, make clear, explain" (12c.), from Late Latin clarificare "to make clear," also "to glorify," from Latin clarificus "brilliant," from clarus "clear, distinct" (see clear (adj.)) + root of facere "to make, do" (see factitious).
Meaning "make clear, purify" is from early 15c. in English; intransitive sense of "grow or become clear" is from 1590s. Figurative sense of "to free from obscurity" is from 1823. Related: Clarified; clarifying.