Sometimes when we use the word clean we're not talking about actually making something dirty clean again.
*Clean of: free of, rid of. "I'm clean out of blackberry jelly so I'm hoping to make several runs this summer."
*Clean his plow: to put one in their place-sometime in a physical way. "What that smartelic needs is for somebody to clean his plow and I'm a telling you I'm just the man to do it!"
p.s. For all the folks who were wondering about the people in the photos yesterday-I went back and added the info of who was in the photo-I should have done that in the beginning! Click here to go back and see.