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Eradicate

To completely do away with something, eliminate it, end its existence.
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For example, Objective 1 is "[t]o prevent feral pigs from establishing in areas where they currently do not occur or are in low eradicable numbers.
And there should be no let-up in the fight against an ignorant philosophy that deems such an eradicable disease as a necessary evil.
LF has been found one of the potentially eradicable diseases.
The more resistant pathogens have replaced the easily eradicable pathogens, thus leaving few options for choosing the right antimicrobial for treatment.
Although he knows that this "perfect state" cannot be attained because of man's eradicable pride, Voegelin continues, "This raises the question of the peculiar psychopathological condition in which a man like More must have found himself when he drew up the model of the perfect society in history, in full consciousness that it could never be realized because of original sin.
Considering the modern societies' diets, caries is not eradicable, but it can be maintained under control without the appearance of advanced lesions during an individual's life, and the strategies currently available for that purpose involve controlling the necessary and determining causal factors (dental biofilm and diet) in addition to the use of fluorides.
At one level, Leadbeater was keen to argue that improvement was possible in Ireland because the country was really not that different from England or Scotland, that difference was only superficial and eradicable.
That is, this friendship does not contain the pronounced inequality of friendships based in superiority, but neither is the disparity eradicable so long as they are thus eager to contend and strive for the noble.
It was adaptable, flexible, moving, and not eradicable by legislation alone.
Syphilis is an eradicable disease because of its lack of a known animal reservoir and its ability to be diagnosed and easily cured (1).
NCC being a preventable and potentially eradicable disease, urgent interventions at community level are required to reduce the disease burden.
The notion of "zero poverty" expresses a conviction among development experts that extreme poverty, defined by the United Nations as subsistence on less than $1 a day, is eradicable.