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Eradicate

To completely do away with something, eliminate it, end its existence.
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The Eradicator system is available on all Gorman-Rupp Super T Series pump models, so the range can achieve flows from 5 LPS through to 150 LPS and deliver heads to 40 metres, while working on suction lifts to 7.
Mr Roberts creates his own biblical references, and totally forgets the Church's national and worldwide role as an eradicator of injustice to the poor.
The morning plunge on Major Eradicator paid off as the four-year-old, who was available at 7-1 first thing, landed the hands-and-heels handicap under a competent Charles Bishop at odds of 7-2.
If a mistake was made, there was only one way to correct it: You used an "ink eradicator.
Higgins shot instinctively for many years before eventually opting to put an Eradicator Bow Sight on his hunting rig.
For example, the fiery searcher (Calosoma scrutator) is an efficient pest eradicator and it's beautiful to boot.
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.
These characters include Gladys (Allison Janney) a hysterical control freak who instigates the campaign against the four-legged interlopers and hires the Verminator (Thomas Haden Church), a high-tech pest eradicator.
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.