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  • n. Plural form of elimination.

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Examples

  • In a statement condemning the murder of Mr Francois Roos and his wife Gertrude on a smallholding near Witbank on Monday, he said white resentment against such "eliminations" was reaching breaking point.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • However, in the domino effect of four further rounds of eliminations and redistributions, Ed finally won with 50.65% to his older brother's 49.35%.

    Indra Adnan: How New Leader Ed Miliband Can Restore the Labour Family

  • Chair of the Department of Languages Jean-François Brière said to Inside Higher Ed that "we were told [of the eliminations] without any hint," that extermination of these programs was imminent, and leaders of the faculty union said that they were not aware of any type of consultation.

    SUNY Albany To Cut Language, Classics and Theater Departments (VIDEO)

  • Chair of the Department of Languages Jean-François Brière said to Inside Higher Ed that "we were told [of the eliminations] without any hint," that extermination of these programs was imminent, and leaders of the faculty union said that they were not aware of any type of consultation.

    SUNY Albany To Cut Language, Classics and Theater Departments (VIDEO)

  • The contestants will vie for the ultimate honour – to survive 12 literary challenges, 11 eliminations and emerge with a novel in hand.

    The New Spin on Reality TV « Write Anything

  • After back-to-back eliminations of Ashthon Jones, Karen Rodriguez, Naima Adedapo, Thia Megia, and — the most shocking of all — Pia Toscano, what do the remaining women need to do to stay in the competition?

    American Idol: What Do the Girls Need to Do to Survive?

  • The resulting tax revenue from these eliminations will come from the middle class because they are the largest social class in the U.S., and they represent the largest total taxable adjusted gross income.

    The Fiscal Mirage of Raising Taxes on the Wealthy

  • "If he had not portrayed her in a blatantly indecent way," Miss Farrell wrote, "the eliminations in this picture would probably not have been directed."

    The Storm Before the Calm

  • According to the New York State Archive's online inventory of censorship scripts, of the 50 films in Film Forum's survey, 23 were subject to New York State censor "eliminations."

    The Storm Before the Calm

  • In her undated recommendation of eliminations for 1932's "Red Headed Woman," starring Jean Harlow as a randy stenographer, the professional viewer invoked sisterhood of a kind in laying blame for the film's inappropriateness at the feet of director Jack Conway rather than Harlow.

    The Storm Before the Calm

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