It should be crystal clear skies.
We think the evidence is crystal clear.
Essentially the report made things crystal clear. [The Diversity Commission] knew things were going on. This sharpens the focus.
George W. Bush's first appointment, Dick Cheney, makes it crystal clear that Bush's judicial appointments will overturn a woman's constitutional right to choose.
They come because they are looking forward to beautiful, crystal-clear water. But they're getting mud or, as someone called it, cocoa.
This is a crystal clear indication that the labor markets are very healthy and it reinforces the notion that the economy is growing in a healthy, sustainable way.
For sports fans, watching events like this weekend's Super Bowl or the upcoming March Madness tournament in crystal clear HD is the next best thing to being in the front row.
In the Abu Omar case is a crystal clear case of extraordinary rendition. Italian investigators built a net around him, and the Americans destroyed it all.
It's a lot more warm and live sounding. It doesn't sound crystal-clear, picture-perfect. That's what we tried to avoid, so I'm glad we recorded the way we did. It feels better to us that we didn't have to use a computer to record our songs to get them perfect.
You're going to get crystal clear, absolutely hiss-free, multi-path free digital sound. The signal will be strong until the point where the signal ends after you get to the end of the metropolitan area you're in, and then stations from other cities come in, but there isn't going to be any interference between stations.
The Supreme Court has made it crystal clear that, when it comes to their sex lives, consenting adults are free to do whatever they please in private. According to the police report, Rev. Latham did nothing more than invite another man to his hotel room for consensual sex. It is not a crime merely to invite someone to have completely lawful sex. If it were otherwise, every bar in the state may as well shut its doors.
His guilt is crystal clear, and I can't think of a more appropriate case for the death penalty.
The law is crystal clear here. The Supreme Court is not going to really be happy about having to get involved in this case simply to put Cuba on trial. In other words, they are not going to be used politically here; they are smarter than that.
It's crystal-clear that the FDA has chosen politics over legitimate science, ... The FDA has failed its public health responsibilities and has failed women.
Sen. Martinez wants to make it crystal clear to his constituents that he is not interested in any campaign donation that has even a hint of impropriety in this matter.
It is crystal-clear to me that NuCO2 was well aware of the danger.
The only fact that is crystal clear at the moment is that this is the pulsar system to watch if we want to understand pulsar winds. Never have we seen pulsar wind in such detail. We are continuing with theoretical models now.
I don't see what that would change, ... It's crystal clear who I want. I think waiting, for me, just doesn't do anything.
Lisa and her boyfriend have made it crystal-clear that had they had the slightest knowledge there was raw sewage in the water, they would be nowhere near it.
It was crystal clear Britain would be a target ever since Tony Blair decided to join George Bush's 'war on terror' and his invasion of Iraq.
If we allow genocide anywhere in the world, it will happen again somewhere else, unless we make it crystal clear to the perpetrators that it is unacceptable any time, any place.
Namotu just exudes the exotic island experience. It has that crystal-clear water that people want for their dream surf vacation.
To me, it was absolutely crystal clear at this stage last year that Carrie Underwood would win the competition. So it all felt a bit obvious. Whereas this year, I could argue the case for seven or eight of the contestants. I genuinely don't know who's gonna win. I've got a feeling who are gonna make the finals. But once you're in the finals, I think you're gonna have the most open competition you've ever seen, which for us and the viewers at home, that's a good thing.
The court made it crystal clear that individual questions of fact are not to be mowed down by overly broad class-action principles.