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Synonyms for delete

to remove or invalidate by or as if by running a line through or wiping clean

Synonyms for delete

wipe out digitally or magnetically recorded information

cut or eliminate

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Light-duty box delete is a direct response to our customers who have been clamoring for it.
If you don't want to delete all the records, you need to include criteria on the Criteria line to limit the records.
Joseph Bonneau, an American member of the research team, told AFP: "When you delete a photo, many of the sites don't actively remove it, they basically just wait for it to be overwritten.
With some readily available tools and information, a somewhat savvy user can view the hard drive, delete and ferret out information you thought was gone.
Relocates to PGI, procedures for defining the geographical area to be covered by mortuary services contracts and procedures for distribution of those contracts; deletes a contract clause containing facility requirements for mortuary services, as these requirements are adequately addressed in state law; and deletes unnecessary requirements relating to contracting for laundry and dry cleaning services.
Most employees don't understand that when they delete data, it's really not deleted.
Deletes an obsolete clause and revises the applicability of certain clauses used in contracts for telecommunications services.
To reflect these operational changes, the final rule (1) deletes the reference in appendix A to the St.
Deletes unnecessary cross-references and general statements regarding hazard warning labels and a drug-free workplace; relocates text on ozone-depleting substances to a more appropriate location within the DFARS; relocates to PGI, internal DoD procedures on safety precautions for ammunition and explosives and use of recovered materials; and revises the title of DFARS Part 223 for consistency with the title of FAR Part 23.
Proposed change increases the dollar thresholds for preparation of written acquisition plans; updates acquisition planning requirements for consistency with changes to the DoD 5000 series publications; deletes unnecessary text relating to contract administration and class justifications for other than full and open competition; clarifies requirements for funding of leases; and relocates to Procedures, Guidance, and Information (PGI) at <http://www.
Put another, less flattering way, corporate executives may erase files because they have something to hide; an average employee deletes or overwrites an individual file by accident, then desperately tries to get it back.
Proposed change relocates to PGI, procedures for defining the geographic area to be covered by mortuary services contracts, and procedures for distribution of those contracts; deletes a contract clause containing facility requirements for mortuary services, as these requirements are adequately addressed in State law; and deletes unnecessarily restrictive text on contracting for laundry and dry cleaning services.
Other details - Opens FTP server on port 11173, attempts to end a variety of processes, Modifies the registry and deletes a variety of registry entries, and deletes a variety of files from the system and program files directories, adds itself to the run and run services in the registry.
Relocates administrative procedures for signature of contract documents to PGI; deletes unnecessary cross-references; and deletes text on security requirements and IRS reporting requirements that are adequately addressed in the FAR.
For instance, a user who unintentionally deletes a Word document or PowerPoint presentation can use the tool to find the text stored in Google Desktop Search.