from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To render smooth; to polish.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To render smooth; to polish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To render smooth; polish.
Heard it through the grapevine that the state is not going to elimate the other seasons.
I would love to see her be VP that would elimate some of the black vote!
This capability of course would elimate the need for the the Russians to perform lifeboat activities.
"All denialists must be vigilant about checking their FORTRAN code and elimate GOTOs," Singer said.
I made the rather arbitrary decision to elimate comedies.
Hearing about this stuff just makes me all the more angry when it's these same "mainstream" folks who now propose to elimate "right wing" talk radio.
It will also elimate the insurance companies eventually.
We were told that the new Capitol Visitor Center would probably elimate Congressional staff-led tours in favor of the “professional” tours offered by the cranky Capitol tour guides.
AGW means “Mann made Global Warming” It has three main causes: 1. Falsifying data, selectivly excluding data showing cooling, averaging over longer periods to elimate recent cooling trends, and ajusting data with algoritAGW means “Mann made Global Warming” It has three main causes: 1. Falsifying data, selectively excluding data showing cooling, averaging over longer periods to eliminate recent cooling trends, and adjusting data with algorithms that cause hockey sticks even in random data.
We've managed to elimate the energy dampening field that was preventing Jen's multi phase disruptor from working, so now we have to work fast.
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