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the act of erasing or the condition of being erased

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the complete destruction of every trace of something

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Technical success, defined by complete obliteration of the varix, after BRTO is reportedly 73%-100%, with a low risk for rebleeding rates of <10%(2).
To resolve this controversial issue, many surgeons have opted to lower the posterior canal wall to the level of the facial nerve for the management of cholesteatoma, followed by mastoid obliteration, with reconstruction of the posterior canal wall, ossicular chain, and tympanic membrane [5, 6].
Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) can be effective in small brain AVMs and it is a minimally invasive procedure, but complete obliteration of circulation requires approximately 1 to 3 years after treatment [16].
Diagenetic features such as Partial to complete Neomorphism, obliteration of tests of foraminfera, secondary cementation, partial dolomitization are observed in thin sections and outcrop studies.
It will reach its terminal point with thorough obliteration of the incumbent rulers," PAT Chairman Dr.
The stapling technique required less surgical time for obliteration of dead space and less time required for complete healing as compared to surgical technique.
As you can probably guess (because we're only half way through the series), Harry manages to avoid obliteration just in the nick of time.
There are also reports of successful variceal obliteration using balloon-occluded retrograde transvenous obliteration (BRTO).
BLUES' renaissance under Gary Rowett got firmly back on track with a ruthless obliteration of shell-shocked Reading in the Sky Bet Championship.
Brazil were a goal frame away from going out in the round of 16 before beating Chile on penalties and struggled to put away Colombia in the quarterfinals before experiencing soul-crushing obliteration by the Germans in the semifinals after Neymar was injured, and then rounding out with a loss to the Netherlands.
On how to put in place resolutions made during the recent Arab Summit in Kuwait, the minister said his ministry will play some part in this regard, especially in the field of illiteracy obliteration as just called by Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour during the gathering.
The Hungarian Regent Admiral Miklos Horthy had been trying to extricate the country from its alliance with Nazi Germany since the obliteration of Hungarian forces on the Stalingrad line at the city of Voronezh on Jan.
The goal of therapy is complete obliteration of the nidus and this may be attempted by surgical excision, intravascular embolotherapy or radiotherapy depending on the characteristics of the AVM and operative risk.
It is now gradually being replaced by oesophageal varices band ligation which has shown better results in terms of variceal obliteration as well as having fewer side effects like ulceration, perforation and stricture formation than sclerotherapy.
Lebanon TV Archive must be spared total obliteration, neglect and whoever chooses to forsake his past, risks losing present or future, Daouk warned.