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Today's Idiom = "Get A Clean Bill Of Health"
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Get A Clean Bill Of Health ( a doctor or specialist says that the body has no problems ... )

"Get A Clean Bill Of Health"

A clean bill of health is the okay from a doctor that your health is good.

Example: "I saw my doctor, and he gave me a clean bill of health."

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