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purge

1. Politics the elimination of opponents or dissidents from a state, political party, etc.
2. Med a purgative drug or agent; cathartic

purge

[pərj]
(computer science)
To remove data from computer storage so that space occupied by the data can be reused.

purge

To evacuate air or gas from a duct line, pipeline, container, space, or furnace; e.g., to blow out gas from a refrigerant-containing vessel.

purge

To eliminate or delete.
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This could be an automatic air purger outside the occupied area, or a header tank or relief valve, provided any refrigerant venting from the system could not reach the occupants of the place being cooled.
Mintz and Betz (1988) operationalized six categories of eating disturbances: normals, chronic dieters, bingers, purgers, subthreshold bulimics, and bulimics; only 33% of surveyed women were in the "normal" category.
Note: Auto purgers are usually sold with the claim that they will reduce head pressure all year for systems with non-condensibles.
In this pitiable drama of the emerging communist "new class" it made no difference that the Petrograd purgers were followers of Zinov'ev, and not (yet) the clients of Stalin.
One could simply remove "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance, precisely the relief the purgers seek in such cases.
Air conditioning & refrigeration industrial commercial chiller retrofit equipment, purgers, oil recovery, valves; very-high-pressure refrigerant recovery; specialty refrigeration R&D
Bingers and purgers will typically shop at several grocery stores or pharmacies to conceal their purchases of food or laxatives.