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expunge (something) from (something)

To remove or delete something from something. The term is often used in reference to legal issues. When will this offense be expunged from my record?
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expunge something from something

to erase something from something. The judge ordered the clerk to expunge the comment from the record. Please expunge the lawyer's remark from the transcript.
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Speaker expunges PTI member's similar remarks, adjourns sitting after opposition's protest
She said her motion to expunge should take precedence over the prosecution's motion for reconsideration (MR), which should not have been granted for being 'patently defective.
The obnoxious remarks were condemned by the opposition members, forcing Speaker Ayaz Sadiq to expunge those words from the assembly proceedings.
Just two days old in the Upper House, Swamy's comments forced the Chair to expunge his remarks for the second day consecutively.
Global Banking News-July 17, 2015--World Bank denies Chinese pressure to expunge adverse comments
A Hampden source said: "The season is too far gone to expunge Hearts' results and the play-offs will go ahead.
Federal courts have the power to expunge federal criminal offenses.
Our demand is that as soon as the Speaker is ready to expunge these words, only then will we call off this boycott.
One suggestion would be to perform a multi-state survey of the average number of years that it takes to expunge different offenses and then limit data brokers accordingly.
An FA spokesman said: "An FA Appeal Board has dismissed an appeal by Fleetwood Town FC against a decision of the Football Conference Limited to expunge the full playing record of Farsley Celtic FC in Conference Division North for the current 2009-10 season.
CDATA[ By a vote of 51 to 9, Knesset passes law that would expunge records of about 400 citizens.
Criminal Law--First Circuit Holds Federal Courts Lack Jurisdiction to Expunge Criminal Records on Equitable Grounds--United States v.
1987: The publishers of Enid Blyton's Noddy books bowed to pressure groups and agreed to expunge all "racism" from them.