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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of efface.

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Examples

  • Although Andean lupines are still used in heart of Inca country, [l] upines were completely effaced from the culinary record in the West.

    Beans: A History and My Legume Love Affair Ninth Helping Round-Up

  • Although Andean lupines are still used in heart of Inca country, [l] upines were completely effaced from the culinary record in the West.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • If the trend of declining language teaching in the State Sector continues at this rate, it will not be long before State School pupils are largely effaced from the list of applicants for jobs requiring a second language.

    Labour: Shout Loud Enough & They Will Understand!

  • Effectively the dairy farmer is to be effaced from the land.

    Archive 2007-10-14

  • Suddenly it was effaced from the map and became part of Cambridgeshire.

    Power to the People?

  • Effectively the dairy farmer is to be effaced from the land.

    News from the Ministry for Daft Ideas

  • Suddenly it was effaced from the map and became part of Cambridgeshire.

    Archive 2007-09-30

  • If the trend of declining language teaching in the State Sector continues at this rate, it will not be long before State School pupils are largely effaced from the list of applicants for jobs requiring a second language.

    Archive 2007-11-04

  • Modern times had not, fortunately, effaced from the Japanese conscience the

    The Marriage of Jinyo

  • He succeeded in finding and uniting a large quantity of fragments belonging together, and thus restoring pages of writing, with here and there a damaged line, a word effaced, a broken corner, often a larger portion missing, but still enough left to form continuous and readable texts.

    Chaldea From the Earliest Times to the Rise of Assyria

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