- v. present participle of eliminate.
“I've heard the Pentagon use the term eliminating command nodes.”
“If you've been reading other FutureNow books and articles, this is what we call eliminating the conversion barriers.”
“If you succeed in eliminating egg products, but don't give up milk products, you'd be a lacto-vegan.”
“I admire what Drink is doing in eliminating the cocktail menu: asking you to put yourself in the hands of a knowledgeable guide who can edge you beyond your comfort zone into a new experience.”
“Effective in eliminating what one client referred to as the “yuckie part” of selling, the following 5 tips provide a sophisticated way of establishing and maintaining a backlog of potential clients.”
“When you have succeeded in eliminating this medicare waste without reducing benefits and quality of care and the money is "in the bank", then let's see how many new people can have all there medical expenses covered, less individual premiums, deductibles and co-pays if any.”
“I think a huge mistake has been made in eliminating Kim and her site.”
“Should they succeed in eliminating the minimum wage, there is no bottom for wages in America short of parity with the $2 a day scales of the third world.”
“On Nov. 2, another initiative, Proposition 20, would give this commission the same power to draw congressional boundaries, again eliminating the elected politicians from the process.”
“It's one example of the humor the nonprofit group Malaria No More hopes will spread awareness in eliminating the deadly disease.”
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