After 1979 the maps were corrected to eliminate the Sinai, but that was the only correction.
This will eliminate the inevitable “uh, I know I am forgetting someone” stretches that are both time consuming and painful.
In Nevada, parents and teachers have been overwhelmingly critical of the plan to eliminate full-day kindergarten.
The particular reform that irked Conkling was the then-novel proposal to eliminate patronage in federal civil service hiring.
But he also didn't take into account why those vestiges were gone: Government stepped in to prevent and eliminate them.
Their corpses, interspersed here and there in the series of the cells, are disturbing causes, which it is wise to eliminate.
Not to eliminate your wealth, but eliminate all thought of it.
Catastrophe opposes the tendency to eliminate from life everything that requires a calling forth of unusual energies.
The identification and draining of these clay layers may eliminate this cause.
Overtime is one thing that the management has not yet been able wholly to eliminate.
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.