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erase

[i′rās]
(computer science)
To change all the binary digits in a digital computer storage device to binary zeros.
(electronics)
To remove recorded material from magnetic tape by passing the tape through a strong, constant magnetic field (dc erase) or through a high-frequency alternating magnetic field (ac erase).
To eliminate previously stored information in a charge-storage tube by charging or discharging all storage elements.

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Andy said: "This wonderful opportunity to perform for fans in such a unique backdrop feels like just the right way to jump back into Erasure after a four year break.
Tickets for Simple Minds cost pounds 35, Erasure pounds 34.
I nearly bought myself a pink Erasure T-shirt in his honour after the show.
I was in Spain most the time and Vince came over and saw me and we had a real heart-to-heart and everything and he said,`Oh, why don't we make it an Erasure project?
The Srudio Museum in Harlem's Thelma Golden (working with Elizabeth Smith, the MCA's chief curator) chose to focus on Simmons's more recent erasure drawings as well as installations, skywriting projects, and paintings from the past seven years.
A scintillating Chains Of Love grabs our attention and Who Needs Love Like That touches all the themes at the heart of Erasure - love, loss and betrayal.
Approximate stage times as follows: doors open 7pm, special guests Bright Light Bright Light around 8pm, with Erasure due to take the stage from 9am till about
Many LGBTQ activists are concerned regarding the erasure of bisexual identities and experience in LGBTQ community as well as mainstream society, according to a report from the (http://www.
All of these, in turn, converge in the politics of gender ideology, as Female Erasure reveals.
ERASURE WORLD BE GONE HH HHH JUST A Little Love is earnest, overblown, unabashed pop.
Creative Translation : This includes found poems, erasure poems, other genres of found or erasure work,creative mis/translation, homophonic translation, and related works.
It might shock some fans to hear Erasure being so overt but Vince reckons they've been around long enough to say what they feel.