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delete (something) from (something)

To remove something, usually text, from something else. I think that my argument made more sense once I deleted that section from my paper. Dude, you've got to delete your ex-girlfriend's number from your phone, or else you'll just keep calling her.
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delete something from something

to remove something from something; to cross something out from something. Will you please delete this paragraph from the contract? The line was deleted from the sales agreement.
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The delete min operation, which is illustrated in Figure 5, begins by "batching" the auxiliary area, that is, by running the multipass pairing procedure on the auxiliary area.
Many people believe that reformatting their drive will sufficiently delete all of the old data - that isn't the case.
Deletes text that is unnecessary or duplicative of FAR policy in the areas of: visits to contractor facilities; conduct of postaward conferences; review and negotiation of contractor costs and billing rates; use of contractor past performance information; and contractor internal controls.
To quickly delete bulk mail, find one of the messages, open it, click the More menu and select "Filter messages like this." You can easily use the check-mark menu to select all the messages and delete them, freeing up space.
He said there was evidence someone continued to access and delete voicemails over a number of days leading up to the "false hope" moment.
According to The Blade, the court also said that allowing an individual commissioner "unreviewable authority to delete work-related e-mails is unreasonable because it would authorize the unfettered destruction of public records."
* Full delete (without sending file to the recycle bin): Shift+Delete
To protect against snoops, you can delete the contents of the cache safely, without fear of it harming your computer.
Removing files from your PC takes more than just hitting the delete key
It seems like Facebook will soon offer all users the option to delete sent messages.
Facebook has since (http://www.ibtimes.com/mark-zuckerberg-responds-cambridge-analytica-controversy-says-facebook-made-mistakes-2664834) tightened its requirements for third-party apps that collect user data and requested that Cambridge Analytica delete the information it acquired from the researcher.
Likening anger to a virus, the author argues that you can actually delete the anger virus from your brain, the way you delete a virus from your computer.
She can delete the tweet but the misdeeds, forgery, corruption and assets concealment will not be deleted from the people's memory,' Azhar said.
The letter from Huseman reveals that Amazon keeps a record of voice interactions until the user manually chooses to delete them.
From today, Google is beginning to delete profiles and photos on its Google Plus platform.