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- v. Present participle of expunge.
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- n. deletion by an act of expunging or erasing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. deletion by an act of expunging or erasing
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The more aggressively that moderators of Mexico Connect act in expunging content that they deem to be offensive or of zero value, the more that discussion forum participants will choose to move on to greener pastures.
Sirius Sat Radio deserves immediate bankruptcy, followed by expunging from the historical records and salting of their fields.
His greatest triumph was the passage of a resolution by the Senate "expunging" from its journal a resolution censuring General Jackson for the removal of deposits from the Bank of the United States.
McGuire said he had no personal animosity towards Lloyd, but he said by hiding the reference to Coventry to pay tribute to the former Bomber, Essendon was in effect 'expunging' the Magpie great's record.
I might add, Rev. Brett sat down again, without asking anything of Russell or Sister Nat, who was busy anyway, expunging him from her Prayer Warriors rolls.
In India and Africa, recent decades have been all about expunging the British influence on language and giving land over to the indigenous people.
There is also private profit extracted however, with executives expunging the people that need healthcare most from coverage.
So now he's preserving his "legacy" by expunging its dark side the way Orwell described in 1984 - "down the memory hole," a convenient slot for "any document .... due for destruction," politically inconvenient truths to be erased to preserve only sanitized versions for the public.
The criminal class is self-expunging, ultimately to die performing their last ditch colonoscopy upon themselves.
If you succeed in expunging the slam, however, your enemy will know he got your goat.