Over the past 11 years management has eliminated about 40,000 jobs.
And Slovakia's stunning victory sent it into second place and eliminated Italy.
Boeing claims to have eliminated the risk of combustion, but not ignition.
South Africa, France, Nigeria, and Greece were all eliminated—though we are certainly not done hearing from France's circus.
For the hot jobs, we also eliminated occupations making less than a median annual wage of $45,000.
If all the youths and old men, the sick and maimed, could have been eliminated from the Boer forces, eighty per cent.
The sectional element has happily been eliminated from the tariff discussion.
"If you were an agent of Candar we would have eliminated you," Pyuf said.
“I never affirmed I could not be eliminated,” rejoined the other.
The advantages of shearing over the more common mechanics of planing are largely lost unless the posterior plates are eliminated.
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.
Killed: eliminated in prison