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noun as in the act of moving

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The account had over 800,000 followers prior to its removal, according to The Wall Street Journal.

She didn’t bother to contest the removal and moved in with a relative.

The removal vote — which passed 230-199, with 11 Republicans joining the Democrats — could be a watershed moment for both parties, but particularly the GOP.

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So, if we’re going to an institutional removal, like a hospital, you could just bring one person.

After videos of Greene emerged questioning the veracity of school shootings, Democrats demanded her removal.

Tank Battle Jeep Guard Crush -- some editorial changes and the removal of all blood when the guards are crushed by the tank.

“There has been no visible progress of oil removal,” he said in the April 2012 inspection report.

A lawyer for RSD reportedly contacted sites hosting archived RSD material demanding its removal.

It took nearly 20 years between the first allegation and his ultimate removal.

At the time, the renamed corner caused a slight international squabble and demands for its removal.

I would not trust their removal to any other hand, and so, the panel comes out without a shake.

After removal of the surface earth and rock, the proportion of refuse rock is about twenty-five tons to one of asbestos.

And Lady Hartledon, rather piqued, gave the necessary orders on the following day for the removal.

Mr. Boar, who had watched his approach, rose at the removal of the hat, and replied in the affirmative.

The removal of these substances from solution is easily illustrated by a simple experiment.


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On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to removal, such as: deportation, discharge, elimination, eradication, evacuation, and eviction.

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