Definitions for eradication
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the complete destruction of every trace of something
The act of plucking up by the roots; a rooting out; extirpation; utter destruction.
The state of being plucked up by the roots.
the act of plucking up by the roots; a rooting out; extirpation; utter destruction
the state of being plucked up by the roots
Origin: [L. eradicatio: cf. F. radication.]
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Don't forget that we have an advantage in that most parts of our country go through significant winter, that kills the mosquitos right off. And we handle local outbreaks in warm places like Florida with quick containment and eradication.
We need at least three years of no wild polio virus circulation and good surveillance for the Global Commission (for the Certification of Poliomyelitis Eradication) to certify eradication of wild polio virus, we haven't seen type 3 wildtype in over three years. Hopefully very soon we will stop seeing wildtype type 1.
We need at least three years of no wild polio virus circulation and good surveillance for the Global Commission (for the Certification of Poliomyelitis Eradication) to certify eradication of wild polio virus, we haven’t seen type 3 wildtype in over three years. Hopefully very soon we will stop seeing wildtype type 1.
It's the eradication -- you can almost use that word -- of this substance within a relative short period of time -- a few years, it was expected, but the extent is quite surprising. And remember, this was not a drug. This was an over-the-counter dietary supplement. There's been very few studies looking at the effect of an FDA ban on dietary supplements.
There are schools of thought and singularity that say, ‘This is going too far. Super-intelligence will start to dominate human intelligence in the next decade.’ I do not subscribe to that, there are also digital optimists who argue [AI] could cure poverty, hunger and everything else. There is one thing both of these two antipodal groups agree on: This is going to be the biggest tectonic transformation that the planet has ever seen. Whether it’s going to lead to the ultimate destruction of mankind or complete eradication of all diseases and poverty is up for debate. But the fact is this is going to have an impact bigger than any other impact that man has seen before. That’s not up for question.
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- 根絶, 根刮ぎJapanese
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