Once in war, the conflict obliterates
the past, and the future is all one heady, intoxicating present.
If a taxpayer strikes out or obliterates
the jurat, the law is clear that Form 1040, even if otherwise complete, accurate and signed, does not constitute a valid return.
Burn is a freeware application that completely obliterates
files from your hard-disk drive.
The work's unremitting forward propulsion creates a monochromatic mood which obliterates
many of its imaginative details and ultimately chokes Pelton's ability to communicate.
Losses can occur for several reasons: a computer "crash," which occurs when the hard disk drive that stores data malfunctions; the office is hit by an electrical blackout, corrupting data stored on the hard disk; an employee purposely or accidentally erases data; a fire or other disaster destroys the office; or a computer virus obliterates
all the data files.
Developed jointly with IBM, the CopperEye Datablade incorporates CopperEye's proprietary data indexing technology that obliterates
long-standing data indexing limitations to achieving superior database performance.
In a nutshell: Writer/director Mark Kemble's searing indictment of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church obliterates
itself by its own excess.