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wipe

(wīp)
1. To rub with a fabric, e.g., for cleansing, sampling, or sterilizing a surface.
2. A piece of cloth or paper impregnated with an antiseptic or disinfectant.
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It adds to deep losses during Monday's session when more than PS27 billion was wiped off the value of London's blue-chip stocks and followed a brutal overnight sell-off in Asia and on Wall Street, where the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 dropped 4.6% and 4.1% respectively on Monday.
Gurugram (Haryana) [India], September 13 ( ANI ): The security guard of the Ryan International School, who was on duty when the brutal murder of seven-year-old took place, has claimed that when he reached the spot, he saw blood on the floor, which was later wiped off.
The London market has seen more than PS160bn wiped off the value of top flight shares in the first three weeks of the year due to slowing growth in China and falling oil prices.
"When I checked with the customer service, they said I have crossed the credit limit and the amount was wiped off from my credit card."
Mye dio PS160bn Amount wiped off the value of companies in other European markets yesterday
Nigel Favas, managing director of Reeds Rains estate agents, who has branches in Wales, says: "The average Welsh homeowner has seen pounds 1,710 wiped off the value of their property since December.
In Northumberland the first year of savings will see pounds 60m wiped off the council's budget and 500 posts axed.
Qaeda's Zawahri Says Israel Is a Crime against Muslims; Must Be Wiped off Map
Summary: Angry Israeli passengers complained to British BMI airline that the Jewish state was wiped off the inflight map, which showed flights bound for Israel were instead heading to Mecca.
In just a year, the number of British billionaires fell from 75 to 43 and more than pounds 150bn was wiped off the fortunes of the country's richest people.
Forbes magazine has seen 332 names wiped off its "rich list" of world billionaires as the financial crisis takes its toll.