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destroy completely, as if down to the roots

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And of course, when we talked about oxidation, we talked about ink eradicators.
The Eradicator offers an uncluttered sight picture for quick target acquisition.
These inks react to solvents or chemical eradicators and thus visibly distort the appearance of the check if altered.
From the chemist's standpoint, chemical eradicators are usually prepared in two general types - the amine formulations and the esters.
To combat manual eradication, coca growers: (1) employ blockade techniques to prevent eradicators from accessing fields; (2) place improvised explosive devices (IEDs) around eradication operations to kill, injure, and demoralize eradicators and significantly slow eradication operations by requiring extensive counter-IED detection efforts; and (3) plant fields in remote areas, requiring increased effort to detect, access, and eradicate fields.
manual eradicators (including Colombian police, military and civilian
28) The angry rejection of the accord by the military, however, constituted an emasculation of all moderate forces and the transformation of Algerian politics into a contested terrain between military eradicators and militant Islamists.
The police, supported by the United States, employed teams of civilian eradicators to cut growing plants, seize seedlings and cured marijuana, and burn them in the field.
The force is made up of approximately 800 trained eradicators and is supported by security personnel.
accommodationists believed that le tout securitaire [repressive policy] advocated by the eradicators (whose American counterparts were the confrontationists) in Algeria would not end the crisis, that dialogue was the only avenue to resolving it, and that all the political forces, including the Islamists who rejected extremism, must participate in the political process.
Eradication operations were suspended for nearly four weeks in August when several hundred coca growers wielding explosives, grenades, and rocks confronted eradicators and security personnel.
Under the auspices of the President's Agency for Social Action, over 3,500 civilian eradicators, with support from the Colombian national security forces, conducted manual eradication throughout the country.
Costa Rica was one of the world's leading eradicators of marijuana in 2011.
One front page article mocked attempts to violently suppress Islamist movements saying "Only the Arab eradicators who call themselves neo-liberals, that is America's liberals, and the modernists of the culture of tyranny that falsely dons the robe of democracy and modernism, these eradicators are the only ones who will be biting their fingers for anger, and who will notice a rise in the levels of their adrenaline, blood sugar, and salt.
The GOB increased national expenditures for additional eradicators and new eradication camps in the Yungas, Alto Beni in La Paz District, and in Carrasco and Isiboro Secure National Parks.