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Synonyms for remove

Synonyms for remove

to move (something) from a position occupied

to go or cause to go from one place to another

to move along a particular course

to change one's residence or place of business, for example

to take from one's own person

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to take or leave out

to get rid of, especially by banishment or execution

degree of separation, especially in time

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Synonyms for remove

degree of figurative distance or separation

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remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract

cause to leave

shift the position or location of, as for business, legal, educational, or military purposes

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go away or leave

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kill intentionally and with premeditation

get rid of something abstract

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The INA provides a waiver of removability to non-citizens who have been fully and unconditionally pardoned by a governor from the non-citizens' respective state or the President of the United States.
1992) (declining to "solve the DOHSA removability conundrum").
Additionally, immigration judges cannot allow minors or mentally incompetent respondents to concede removability if they are not represented by an attorney or accompanied by a relative, legal guardian, or friend.
59) In other cases, plaintiffs who include potentially removable aliens have brought class action suits seeking a declaration that use of detainers to request that persons be held so that ICE may investigate their removability is unconstitutional, (60) or have requested injunctions barring state or local governments from holding people pursuant to immigration detainers.
landscape of the issue of removability for various crimes in immigration
In his dissenting opinion, Justice Breyer strongly challenged the majority's willingness to accept what amounted to stipulations by the parties about the applicable law governing the removability of SEC commissioners:
33) The court also emphasized that its conviction requirement is consistent with the INA, which determines removability based on actual--not hypothetical--convictions.
Ethanol, PM, MEK, NMP, and DMF were able to achieve 100% removability, and are summarized below, including their Hansen parameters.
The spheres create a discontinuous adhesive surface that limits physical contact with a substrate, resulting in easy removability and stable adhesion over time.
Sarasota Ink Forget Miami Ink's notoriety: Sarasota loves the removability of tattoo sunglasses, actually vintage designs by the infamous Don Ed Hardy.
Additionally, these wallcoverings feature paste-the-wall and fast removability, which makes the process of decoration simpler and faster," offered Jean-Marie Becker, vice president and general manager, Ahlstrom's Industrial Nonwovens product line.
Professor Terence Cosgrove, chief scientific officer of Revolymer said: "Our initial research focused on the removability of our new Clean Gum from a variety of surfaces and we have shown that our technology has made a step change in chewing gum as a consumer product.
Seek a partner that can offer several adhesive properties, such as quick tack, gentle peel off, breathability, shear strength, and clean removability.
Design features that facilitate the 3-A criteria for removability become especially important for equipment that is designed for COP and manual cleaning methods only.
Conceding his removability, Applicant applied for asylum, withholding of removal, and relief under Article 3 of the Convention Against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (in force for U.