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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of emove.
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Thus, the site reportedly warned users that "[r]emoved information may persist in backup copies for a reasonable period of time," and "[e]ven after removal, copies of user content may remain viewable."
More than 400 arrests were made and 1700 tons of garbage were emoved.
Airport on the East Rand were being emoved at from about 7am, SABC radio news reported.
But i had agreed to adding some coloured beads on my outfit which i later had emoved as it took away the sophistication of the look and design ... my mum, my fiance and my inlaws all said i should have a more colourful outfit but i think i understand these things better than they do.
- Karen Blixen Rwandan visitng professor of French Leopold Munyakazi has been r emoved from the classroom at Goucher College following accusations from Kigali that he participated in the genocide.
I know, some of these folks are so far emoved from reality it’s laughable …