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Antonyms for eradicable

able to be eradicated or rooted out


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Dandelions, docks and couch grass, are, the books will tell you, eradicable.
And, as we will see, one persistent and unavoidable effect of the logic of masculine protest is a willingness to entertain the possibility that women--embodying consumerism--threaten a masculine authenticity and are, thus, eradicable.
By and large cysticercosis is preventable, treatable and potentially eradicable disease entity.
Since leprosy can not yet be considered an eradicable disease, (6) Uganda is facing the challenge of ensuring the sustainability of leprosy control services in order to avoid a reversal of the present trend.
They also concluded "malaria will only be truly eradicable when an effective vaccine is fully available".
7,11) Neurocysticercosis is presently considered a preventable, transmittable disease and is potentially eradicable.
A life-changing revelation, or a series of events that force a major decision, or the opening up of one's consciousness by a comprehensive religious truth--such events can become an eradicable part of the stories they produce and then sustain.
28) Yet many observers in the mainstream continue to suggest that the differing positions of men and women in society are attributable to some essential, eradicable "difference" that justifies disparate treatment.
Taenia solium Cysticercosis/Taeniasis is a potentially eradicable disease: developing a strategy for actions and obstacles to overcome.
It will then appear to be a corollary of this moralizing viewpoint that just as vice and stupidity are (at least, on the Stoic account, in some individuals) eradicable, so is this condition escapable.
Yet childish pleasure in the aesthetic is not eradicable, nor in the end is it desirable to eradicate it:
Infectious agents that are eradicable are those where the chain of transmission can be broken by an intervention such as a vaccine and where there is no reservoir such as chronic or persistent infection or a non-human host (Fig.
More than once, big announcements that you made--that HIV may be eradicable or that there was a multidrug-resistant supervirus afoot in New York City--haven't panned out.
In fact, cysticercosis has been identified as 1 of 6 potentially eradicable diseases (27).
The self-effacing implications of the artist/activist position bring to mind the character Grace in Lars von Trier's 2003 provocation, Dogville: Her desire to serve the local community is inseparable from her guilty position of privilege, and her exemplary gestures perturbingly provoke an evil eradicable only by further evil.