The state also is compiling a clearinghouse of hazards posed by chemicals under another section of the law.
The general rule is to check with the aviation clearinghouse for ash clouds.
If a clearinghouse went down, the government would have little choice but to backstop it.
There is no clearinghouse to measure the overall increase in applications.
It is a new-world clearinghouse for raw material leaked to it by anyone.
Needless to say, there is no central clearinghouse for information about the tarp money.
She organized an anti-Landmark hot line and publications clearinghouse.
Its main tool is a registry that stores music and acts as a global clearinghouse to identify tracks.
When brokerages buy and sell futures contracts with each other, the clearinghouse acts as an intermediary.
Word Origin and History for clearinghouse
1832, from clearing + house. The original was established 1775 in London by the bankers for the adjustment of their mutual claims for checks and bills; later the word was extended to similar institutions.