- v. present participle of remove.
“The British were interested in removing from the borders of their American colonists the dangers of attack, but when the American colonists won their independence there was no longer any such interest.”
“The physicist goes further and adds material if necessary - an operation which he describes as removing negative material.”
“He also said he was intimately involved in "removing" certain targets, and was sanctioned by the Gov. in doing so.”
“Hitler, despite being a fervent anti-Communist, had no such inhibitions as he was merely engaged in removing a threat to his eastern frontier temporarily.”
“How about you invest some time in removing that photo from my burned retinas?”
“Fannie and Freddie dispatched employees on Monday afternoon to begin removing loan files from the law offices of David J. Stern in Plantation, Fla.”
“You start with a full tower of blocks and then each person takes time in removing any block below the top layer and then adds it to the top.”
“If more of the general population does not get involved in removing these corrupt politicians, America is in serious trouble.”
“The corporations who had the foresight to invest in removing trans fats before there was pressure to, found themselves in a profitable position once the consumers were educated better.”
“That those who called this kind of counselling ‘death panels’ can go to hell – for lying about it which resulted in removing the provision that insurance should pay for this kind of counselling.”
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