- v. Simple past tense and past participle of eliminate.
“The term "eliminated" is quite vague and leaves an infinite number of possible scenarios open.”
“Would your life be any simplier if the thousands of pages relating to mining were eliminated from the tax code?”
“The opposite, of course, is true for savings, with every $1 saved giving you $0.40 back in eliminated taxes.”
“Just 60 seconds later, as Stokes converted a McGinn pass, the normally resolute St Johnstone side had been eliminated from the competition in all but name.”
“In the quarter-final with Bayern Munich, he scored just once and his side were eliminated from the Champions League.”
“Must-win games happen only when a loss means your eliminated from the playoffs, so next Monday's isn't.”
“If marriage can be redefined to suit the desires of some it also can be eliminated from the purview of governmental responsibility.”
“-- Toledo freshman G Jake Barnett, after the Rockets were eliminated from the MAC tournament.”
“For two days after the Sooners got eliminated from the NCAA tournament on the brink of the Final Four, Griffin was too disappointed to think about the NBA.”
“The last four times they had been eliminated from the playoffs it was by the Spurs, winners of four NBA championships since 1999.”
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