Picking real targets from false targets and clutter is still down to operators.
Magazines are the only thing in my apartment that qualify as clutter.
The real, true, unguarded details tend to cut through the clutter.
The problem with thinning out this clutter lies in the fact that any American citizen 35 or older can be president.
The brands you remember are the ones that break through the clutter—that will be the same for you.
She'd better not clutter up her house with too many things; it is full enough already, with Blyth and Meredith truck.
They stood knee-deep in the clutter and lumber, facing each other abjectly.
The carved miserere seats are worth examining, as are also many of the old tombs which clutter the interior.
She was stretching her hand out to Drury, where he lay unconscious, deep in the clutter.
Keep a copy of everything, as nearly as possible, but do not clutter up your company files with unimportant items.