expunging


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Synonyms for expunging

deletion by an act of expunging or erasing

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PML leaders said expunging of material about Islamic Ideology from the text books and inclusion of Hindu poet Feraq Gorakhpuri has gravely hurt the sentiments of the Muslims which should be condemned in the strongest manner possible.
See Expunging Adult Criminal Records, UTAH STATE COURTS, http://www.
Rigorous oversight of the Vice Chancellor's strategy for expunging any corrupt or poor practices from everything the institution does needs people who are prepared to put in the time to act as effective critical friends.
But that doesn't mean that those persons are entitled to court orders expunging the records of their convictions, the Illinois Supreme Court has held in two consolidated cases.
Written by self-confessed clutter sufferer Cynthia Friedlob, Sorting It Out: One Disorganized Woman Solves the Problem of Too Much Stuff is part memoir but mostly a self-help guide drawn from personal life experience to expunging excess clutter from one's life.
The original Frenchlanguage edition of the comic book and its 1971 British translation are aligned in parallel rows with all text removed from the panels to show how its British translators and publishers transformed the later version, not only entirely expunging anti-Jewish images and all depictions of the British Navy and British Mandate forces in Palestine, but actually changing the setting to a fictional Middle Eastern emirate called Khemed.
Lawrence, Davidson says, provides the legal argument for expunging their records, voiding their convictions, and possibly, as Limon hopes, getting them sprung from prison.