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obliterate someone or something from something

to destroy or wipe out someone or something from something. Karen obliterated the writing from the wall. Max set out to obliterate Lefty "Fingers" Moran from the face of the earth.
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obliterated

mod. drunk. Fred was obliterated and couldn’t walk to his car, let alone drive it.
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Is it possible to predict diffuse obliterative otosclerosis preoperatively by audiologic examination.
Obliterative bronchiolitis, also known as bronchiolitis obliterans or OB, is a direct manifestation of chronic or acute allograft rejection.
The late vascular lesions are indistinguishable from the obliterative vasculopathy seen in organ transplant-associated allograft vasculopathy.
Historically, the term VOD has been used to describe a clinical syndrome of tender hepatomegaly, fluid retention, weight gain and the development of an increased serum bilirubin level as a result of obliterative fibrosis and occlusion of small hepatic venules occurring due to a prior conditioning regimen.
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), part of the National Institutes of Health, examined the issue because diacetyl has been implicated in causing obliterative bronchiolitis (OB) in humans.
The next five chapters discuss small airways disorders in adults, including asthma, infectious and noninfectious small airways disorders, obliterative bronchiolitis, and smoking-related airway diseases.
Scientists at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), part of the National Institutes of Health, conducted the study because diacetyl has been implicated in causing obliterative bronchiolitis (OB) in humans.
Histopathological investigation of AIP typically reveals dense periductal lymphoplasmacytic inflammation, periductal and parenchymal fibrosis, and obliterative venulitis (8).
The rest of this paper will look at a small sample of the many maps of the area, and how they have transformed distinctions that don't necessarily lead to separateness into completely segregated worlds vying for ultimate and obliterative distinctions between self and other.
A case of calcification of arteries and obliterative endarteritis, associated with hydronephrosis, in a child aged six months.
Success was also measured in terms of whether patients developed histologically proven obliterative bronchiolitis or bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome, both of which flag chronic rejection.
Today, a fibrous obliterative pericardial reaction is observed more commonly (8).
These stops and starts are not obliterative punishment; rather, they show knowledge being earned, as each pianist communes with the composer, learning intricacies and replaying tough passages, less in a performative mode than in intense and solipsistic study.
Due to the size, shape and calcification of the aneurysm, conventional neurosurgery and/or endovascular coiling were considered inappropriate obliterative mechanisms.
As I have argued elsewhere (Childs, 1989; 1993), these different points on the world can be brought together not through an obliterative totalitarian process of jamming everyone into one mold, but through an interactive process in which mutual learning and empathy are vital elements.