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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of erase.

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Examples

  • For Gebhart, the title erases years of just missing out on the biggest prize in Arkansas high school basketball.

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  • Maybe because reprint anthologies are so often "Best of" and that label erases the idea that these groups are "special" and need the playing field evened in order to compete.

    No boys allowed

  • N ebery tiem ai comment heer, my name erases, like ai am a stranger, it taeks 5 – 10 minutes befor mai comment is posted

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  • Of course, Sen. Byrd is judged that way with regard to the KKK, but the magic capital D after his name erases all sins.

    "One lady told me she thinks I'm doing the right thing on this."

  • Which even now, behold, the friendly mumbling rain erases,

    Second April

  • Jack Black’s magnetised brain erases every tape in his local video shop which leads to him re-making the classic films he has inadvertently destroyed.

    Film

  • Jack Black’s magnetised brain erases every tape in his local video shop which leads to him re-making the classic films he has inadvertently destroyed.

    Biggest movies of 2008

  • Jack Black’s magnetised brain erases every tape in his local video shop which leads to him re-making the classic films he has inadvertently destroyed.

    Biggest movies of 2008

  • Jack Black’s magnetised brain erases every tape in his local video shop which leads to him re-making the classic films he has inadvertently destroyed.

    January 2008

  • Its new product has a lifetime of 50,000 erases, which is very good for a flexible LCD.

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