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extirpate

[′ek·stər‚pāt]
(biology)
To uproot, destroy, make extinct, or exterminate.
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The treatment of choice is pulp extirpation under local anesthesia, with immediate filling of root canals.
Then on examination of both eyes, it was decided to do extirpation of right eye and superficial lamella keratectomy of left eye for removal of dermoids.
The patients were instructed to raise their hands if any pain was felt during access preparation and pulp extirpation. If patients feel pain procedure was aborted and the patients were asked to rate the pain on the VAS (visual analogue scale) i.e.
Key words: bears, sealers, revenue cutters, Bering Sea, extirpation, sea ice, climate change
Despite stringent surveillance, many patients progress to muscle or metastatic disease and miss the window of opportunity for cure by radical extirpation.
There were times when I put them down because I wasn't in the mood for extirpation and extinction, but these two books are about much more than vanishing wildlife.
After extirpation of bison (Bison bison) by the 1880s, bison bones were used to make fertilizers, and bone hunters burned the prairies to facilitate finding the bones (Raby, 1966; Nelson and England, 1971).
* to determine the effect of apical development status on the maintenance of pulp vitality and the time of pulp extirpation,
Others have been less restrained, seeking - and often achieving - the extirpation of a class, tribe, race, people or religion.
For centuries, the result of this conflict has been the displacement of wildlife and gradual extirpation of species populations.
had never found a legal sanction, and must regret that its system is now so incorporated with the welfare of Great Britain as well as of Jamaica, as to make its extirpation an absolute impossibility".
That Act also declared as its aim the total extirpation and extinction of the Welsh language -an aim which,fortunately,failed.