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So make a clean sweep with these sparkling offers. The Sun (2014)Thus Ireland completed an autumnal clean sweep and came full circle. Times, Sunday Times (2014)European smaller companies completed a clean sweep for small-cap funds against their larger rivals. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Can the duo make it a clean sweep for Wales? The Sun (2009)But he is not expecting to make a clean sweep of next week's biggest races. The Sun (2013)With his predecessor tucked away in the papal tombs, the new pontiff can make a clean sweep. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is a clean sweep of golden sand served by dozens of cheap and cheerful hotels and apartments, plus a few smarter ones. The Sun (2015)She has completed a clean sweep of all six women's ranking competitions in 2009-10. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I'M hoping all the Premiership sides can make it a clean sweep in Europe this week. The Sun (2006)It completed an historic clean sweep by British golfers, who occupy the top three places for the first time. The Sun (2011)
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