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excise

 [ek-sīz´]
to remove by cutting.

ex·cise

(ek-sīz'), Avoid the misspelling exise.
To cut out.
See also: resect.

excise

/ex·cise/ (ek-sīz´) to remove by cutting.

excise

(ĭk-sīz′)
v.
To remove by cutting.

ex·cise

(ek'sīz)
To cut out.
See also: resect

excise

to remove by cutting.
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The flp enzyme will excise the sterility gene, and the seeds will grow into fertile hybrids, the team expects.
They used an enzyme called Cre and DNA sequences called lox to excise genes.
The Bulgarian excise for 2011, equal to some EUR 65 per kg, will be lower than that for neighboring EU members Greece and Romania, which are said to be EUR 67 and EUR 81, respectively.
Bulgaria will continue in a course of gradual raise in the excise of raw cut tobacco with state budget 2011, which previews a rate of BGN 130 per kg.
As of next year, the Customs Administration is going to take over the management of the excise from the Public Revenue Office.