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- n. emission of radiance in all directions
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Emission of radiance.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Emission of rays or beams, as of light; emission by or as if by rays; radiation.
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The Women's Parliament will among others deliberate on the role of social movements and regional women's organisations in the eradiation of poverty and economic empowerment of women.
Therefore, the basic economic tasks of the NDR must remain the same - the eradiation of the socio-economic legacy of apartheid, the creation of employment and the defeat of poverty.
We decided to put eradiation to an admittedly unscientific taste test at Sterigenics International.
GUPTA: We'd heard from Food Safety Scientist that eradiation damages the taste and texture of the produce.
There is one process that kills bacteria without cooking -- eradiation.
Himself by the manifestation of Himself, as the sun binds all the planets to his mass and his flame by the eradiation of his own mystic energies.
Christ is the revelation of God as being the 'eradiation of His glory, and the express image of His person.'
Therefore, because Jesus Christ has come, our Brother, 'bone of our bone, and flesh of our flesh,' made like unto us, and in our likeness presenting to us the very image of God and eradiation of
So that long before there were eyes to see, there was the eradiation and outshining of the Father's glory.
Isaiah, or a Paul, and in them recognise the eradiation of the divinity that imparted itself through them, but the medium was forgotten in proportion as that which it revealed was beheld.