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1. To others the fierce desire for social justice Obliterates all fear of a general catastrophe

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2. THE UNSOLVED RIDDLE OF SOCIAL JUSTICE STEPHEN LEACOCK He Obliterates it by pouring sand on it, and then draws the corrected design on the new surface

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4. Definition of Obliterates in the dictionary

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5. What does Obliterates mean? Information and translations of Obliterates in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

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6. [5] However, most if not all examples of appendiceal luminal obliteration appears to be caused by a neurogenic occlusive proliferation called neurogenic hyperplasia or neurogenic appendicopathyJ [6,7,8, 9] When this process Obliterates the lumen, the lesion may be called an axial neuroma.

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7. Synonyms for Obliterates include eradicates, erases, cancels, destroys, effaces, expunges, deletes, demolishes, devastates and desolates


8. In heroics, assuming ~30% average damage reduction on mobs, we look at Obliterates that hit between ~1700 normal and ~5100 critical damage

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9. If something Obliterates an object or place, it destroys it completely. Their warheads are enough to obliterate the world several times over.

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10. WATCH: Trump Legal Team Obliterates Dems’ Impeachment Case With Videos Of Their Violent Rhetoric

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11. Labor Obliterates Liberals in historic WA election; will win control of upper house for first time March 13, 2021 5.10pm EST Adrian Beaumont , The University of Melbourne

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12. What does Obliterates mean? Third-person singular simple present indicative form of obliterate

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13. Mitochondrial aldehyde dehydrogenase Obliterates endoplasmic reticulum stress-induced cardiac contractile dysfunction via correction of autophagy Biochim Biophys Acta

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14. Oral Roberts Obliterates almost every perfect Yahoo bracket Jay Busbee 2 days ago 'Radicalized by hate': Suspect in officer Sicknick assault jailed pending trial, new Capitol riot videos show

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15. The channel of the urachus usually seals off and Obliterates around the 12th week of gestation and all that is left is a small fibrous cord between the bladder and umbilicus called the

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17. SASUKE Obliterates METEOR TO SAVE KONOHA! Naruto Shippuden REACTION THE LAST (Part 3)


18. Tucker Obliterates the clowns at DOD Posted by burger bearcat on 3/12/21 at 8:45 pm 73 8 Tucker I know it's Fox, but Tucker is killing it every night and the current leading voice for the right.

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19. Dust-to-Digital's marvelously titled I Listen to the Wind That Obliterates My Traces compiles music, photographs and literary excerpts that reflect on or present music itself as subject matter, from the earliest days of the phonograph

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20. The post Trump Administration Obliterates Biggest Bitcoin Competitor with SEC Lawsuit first appeared on Mediaite

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21. Tucker Obliterates the clowns at DOD - [quote]Still won't watch Fox.[/quote] I like to watch Tucker and the instant Hannitys face comes up change the channel


22. Nancy Mace Obliterates AOC in Epic Clapback With the Simple Truth


23. Eric Swalwell Obliterates Republicans For Using Him As A Distraction Rachel Maddow Slams Sen


24. § 2071) (a) Whoever willfully and unlawfully conceals, removes, mutilates, Obliterates, or destroys, or attempts to do so, or, with intent to do so takes and carries away any record, proceeding, map, book, paper, document, or other thing, filed or deposited with any clerk or officer of any court of the United States, or in any public office, or with any

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25. USC Obliterates Stanford 79-42 to keep faint Pac-12 title hopes alive Stanford forward Ziaire Williams, left, shoots over USC guard Drew Peterson during the …

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26. Fed's Action Obliterates True Price Discovery


27. Soulshatters milkers Obliterates children (FT


28. 2 days ago · – Stephen Miller Obliterates Nancy Pelosi’s Nonsense and Lies on Biden’s Open Border (Video) By Jim Hoft Published March 21, 2021 at 9:58am Share on Facebook (719) Tweet Share to Gab Gab Share Gab Telegram Share Email.

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29. [ March 23, 2021 ] BREAKING: Prominent Dem Arrested, Charged With 6 Felony Charges… News [ March 23, 2021 ] Veterans Storm Out Of Ocasio-Cortez Meeting After She Bashes America News [ March 23, 2021 ] California Becomes First State To Open Door On Paying Black People Reparations… News [ March 23, 2021 ] Tucker Carlson Savagely Obliterates Ilhan Omar, Suggests She Should …

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30. Ted Cruz Obliterates Push for Gun Control After Boulder Shooting in Senate… Sen


31. LFA 102 Highlight Video: Gregory Rodrigues Obliterates Al Matavao Mar 20, 2021 The co-main event saw Al Matavao face Gregory Rodrigues , who missed weight by …


32. Home Rumble Ted Cruz Obliterates Push for Gun Control After Boulder Shooting


33. Ted Cruz Obliterates Push for Gun Control After Boulder Shooting


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OBLITERATES [əˈblidəˌrāt]


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What is the definition of obliterate?

Definition of obliterate. transitive verb. 1a : to remove utterly from recognition or memory … a successful love crowned all other successes and obliterated all other failures.— J. W. Krutch. b : to remove from existence : destroy utterly all trace, indication, or significance of The tide eventually obliterated all evidence of our sandcastles.

What does oblitera mean in Latin?

Note: The original meaning of oblīterāre was apparently "to wipe out letters, words, etc.," but this sense is not clearly attested in classical Latin. Attested senses appear to have been influenced by oblītus, past participle of oblīvīscī "to forget, put out of mind" (cf. oblivion).

What does obliter mean?

verb (used with object), ob·lit·er·at·ed, ob·lit·er·at·ing. to remove or destroy all traces of; do away with; destroy completely.

What does oblitterated mean?

1. to remove or destroy all traces of. 2. to blot out or render indecipherable; efface. [1590–1600; < Latin oblitterātus, past participle of oblitterāre to efface, cause to be forgotten =ob- ob- + -litterāre, derivative of littera letter; see -ate 1] ob•lit′er•a•ble (-ər ə bəl) adj.