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Eradicate

To completely do away with something, eliminate it, end its existence.
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Eradicator upgrade kits are available for existing Super T Series installations and will include all components needed to make an easy conversion in the field.
Cimex Eradicator will be available after the company completes EPA registration.
And of course, when we talked about oxidation, we talked about ink eradicators.
The awesome low-light performance and quick target acquisition of the Eradicator were instrumental," said Higgins, who has been using the Eradicator for more than a decade.
The Eradicator offers an uncluttered sight picture for quick target acquisition.
29, 1996--Prepare to battle through more than 28 action-packed levels on your mission to destroy a mechanized fortress in Accolade's newest release for the PC, Eradicator.
During 2010, the GOC reported 32 police, military, and civilian eradicator fatalities during manual operations, compared to 40 in 2009.
In The Kingdom of God is Within You, Leo Tolstoy predicted a coming time of Christian public opinion as the eradicator of the need for ecclesiastical and governmental rule.
Daniel or David or Sampson have always engendered a certain amount of battle-ready play for the boys," said one Wal-Mart veep, "but our goal is to generate some biblical-combat interest for the girls with female Bible heroines like Eve The Apple Eradicator, M.
He said he was considering inviting a delegation from New Zealand's right-wing National Party, which appointed a PC eradicator.
These checks should contain such safety features as: controlled paper that is securely distributed and monitored by the paper manufacturer; multi-chemical reactive papers that produce a stain or word "VOID" when activated with ink eradicator class chemicals; thermochromatic inks, which react to change in temperature; holograms, which are multicolored, three-dimensional images that appear on a reflective material when viewed at an angle; and safety papers, which were designed to combat erasures.