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Eradicate

To completely do away with something, eliminate it, end its existence.
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The Eradicator offers an uncluttered sight picture for quick target acquisition.
Elsewhere, Craig Alexander Wilson turns back time with face-firming creams and wrinkle eradicators, Vicky Fleming-Brown tells how you should dare to bare in strapless dresses and Frank Pilkington takes a look at the week ahead.
Theories and Hypotheses of Aging with Comments about Age Promoters and Putative Age Eradicators (1-12) HYPOTHESES OF AGING COMMENTS Free Radical Free radicals cause oxidative damage.
This "forced" eradication remains controversial, however, and well-organized coca growers unions have blocked roads, harassed police eradicators, and occasionally used violence to protest the policy.
And of course, when we talked about oxidation, we talked about ink eradicators.
The waving farmers, Mahmoud and Hassan, haven't bribed the cannabis eradicators, a method that is rumored to be the only way to stave off eradication.
After this concise and clear context of eradication and its pursuit (eradicationism), the text then focuses specifically on eradication efforts and some key disease eradicators.
It would be a hollow victory, indeed, for beetle eradicators to declare a win, pack up their equipment and dollars, and head elsewhere, only to find that undetected or untreated areas have permitted the pests to survive and thrive in the years ahead.