This will eliminate the inevitable “uh, I know I am forgetting someone” stretches that are both time consuming and painful.
The question is whether CPAC made a strategic decision to eliminate hate and increase inclusivity?
But he also cautions, “If you want to eliminate all the risks, you have to cancel the day.”
1560s, from Latin eliminatus, past participle of eliminare "thrust out of doors, expel," from ex limine "off the threshold," from ex "off, out" (see ex-) + limine, ablative of limen "threshold" (see limit (n.)).
Used literally at first; sense of "exclude" first attested 1714; sense of "expel waste from the body" is c.1795. Related: Eliminated; eliminating; eliminative; eliminatory.