Thesaurus / elimination


Every 500,000 cases of Apeel English cucumbers shipped will lead to the elimination of the equivalent of 820,000 single-use plastic water bottles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by the equivalent of planting 790 trees, Apeel says.

Total disclosed job eliminations since the start of 2014 now stand at about half a million.

Taurasi is 13-1 in her career in road elimination playoff games and is noticeably animated in those instances when she can shut down a road crowd.

May not the elimination of anger and worry take away some of the stimulation to effort that is necessary to human progress?

MenticultureHorace Fletcher

Tembarom, having "caught on" to his fault of style, applied himself with vigor to elimination.

T. TembaromFrances Hodgson Burnett

A process of elimination left Ewing as the likely person to give this help.

Christopher QuarlesPercy James Brebner

Civil law enforced the ecclesiastical opposition and thus gradually secured the elimination of the evil.

The Rise of the Mediaeval ChurchAlexander Clarence Flick

It is a name for a process of elimination which is constantly going on in animate nature all about us.

The Last HarvestJohn Burroughs

The art of 'roguing'—the elimination of plants which are untrue to type—is but one part of the seed-saving process.

And the complete truth was the combination of the partial truths and the elimination of the partial errors.

EvolutionJoseph Le Conte

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