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eliminated

1. mod. killed. When Frank is eliminated, there will be no competition.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. How can anybody get eliminated on four beers?
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JOY STEFANICKI Series: 6 Eliminated: Week 2 Birmingham marketing director Joy Stefanicki was eliminated after she was accused by Sir Alan Sugar of not having made enough effort.
Also, though 42-volt electrical systems were designed to handle the load of just such a valve train, Schwyn says Valeo has eliminated the need by packaging an efficient OC-to-DC converter that takes the 14-volts produced by a vehicle's electrical system and steps it up to 42 volts.
In Oregon, where prisoners are being released early onto the streets of Portland and the indigent are losing their prescription coverage under the nationally recognized Oregon Health Plan, the state legislature eliminated the general fund appropriation for the Oregon Arts Commission, and only some creative use of existing funds was keeping its office open until the fiscal year ends in June.
Optimally, the requirement to file the Form 5471 for non-CFCs should be eliminated.
Problem jobs must be analyzed to identify ergonomic risk factors that can cause MSD hazards, and these hazards either must be eliminated, reduced to the extent feasible or materially reduced through incremental abatement.
338 US 561 (1950), the Supreme Court held that when a deficiency is eliminated by an NOL carryback, interest on the deficiency accrues until the date the carryback arises, absent a clear expression of congressional intent to the contrary.
Fewer axons from the lone eye are eliminated than would have been eliminated if both eyes were present.
However, "As a result of the SRS implementation, we actually eliminated two full-time positions and obviated the need for additional hires, further enhancing the anticipated return on this investment in technology," he adds.
In addition, the redesign eliminated 17 shims, 175 fasteners, 40 linear ft of fillet sealant and 21 fay sealed joints.
In a study published in the Journal of the International Academy of Preventive medicine, of the 5000 arthritis sufferers who eliminated Nightshade, seventy percent reported relief from aches, pains, and disfigurement.
The district eliminated vice principals in 1995 during earlier budget cuts, he said.
Taxpayers would still do the same calculations, but the compliance burden of filing the forms would be eliminated.
With this process, there's no need for a mixing room to make material adjustments, the paint waste treatment and spray booth exhaust air treatment systems are eliminated, and there is no liquid waste," says Tansey.
David Lifson, vice chairman of the AICPA's tax executive committee, said the marriage penalty should be eliminated or reduced because it is inequitable.
Fluor contended that no interest was due on the portion of the 1982 tax underpayment eliminated by the foreign tax carryback, claiming that the tax relief under the foreign tax carryback (Sec.