erasure erasure


  1. (n) a correction made by erasing
  2. (n) a surface area where something has been erased
  3. (n) deletion by an act of expunging or erasing



  1. Since the erasure apparently required the confluence of a specific tape machine and one specific tape, the suspects were also severely limited.
  2. This erasure of complexity is the normal fate of any icon.
  3. It was an invasionthe violation of sovereign American soil, the erasure of a visible monument to American success and energy and civilization.


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  1. "It's your favorite '80s mix tape," Lewis says, "very inspired by Michael Jackson, Prince, Erasure, Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, the Cure. It's all over the map, really -- very influenced by '80s hip-hop, old school breaks, whatever."
    on Aug 13, 2007 By: Blake Lewis Source: Billboard

  2. Mexico wants "the erasure of the border between the United States and Mexico. La reconquista is the objective," conservative commentator Pat Buchanan told Dobbs in a Sept. 5, 2006, broadcast.
    on May 28, 2008 By: Pat Buchanan Source:

  3. ...conservatives have, as Frank says, achieved little cultural change in recent decades, he considers their persistence either absurd or part of a sinister plot to create "cultural turmoil" to continue "the erasure of the economic" from...
    on Jul 7, 2004 By: Tom Frank Source: Washington Post

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