Elimination

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Archery At The 2007 Black Sea Games – Women's Individual
... This round was done entirely to seed the elimination brackets all archers moved on to them ... The elimination rounds used a single-elimination tournament, with fixed brackets based on the ranking round seeding ... In each round of elimination, the two archers in each match fired 12 arrows the archer with the higher score advanced to the next round while the other archer was eliminated ...
Archery At The 2008 Summer Olympics – Women's Individual
... First and second elimination rounds took place on August 12, and eights, quarterfinal, semifinals and medals matches were on August 14 ... This round was done entirely to seed the elimination brackets all archers moved on to them ... The elimination rounds used a single-elimination tournament, with fixed brackets based on the ranking round seeding ...
Elimination - Accounting
... Elimination (Accounting), the act of recording amounts in a consolidation statement to remove the effects of inter-company transactions ...
Archery At The 2008 Summer Olympics – Men's Team
... Ranking Round was scheduled for August 9 and elimination rounds and Finals took place on August 11 ... The elimination rounds use a single-elimination tournament, with fixed brackets based on the ranking round seeding ... In each round of elimination, the two teams each fire 24 arrows (with each individual archer accounting for 8 of them) ...

Famous quotes containing the word elimination:

    The kind of Unitarian
    Who having by elimination got
    From many gods to Three, and Three to One,
    Thinks why not taper off to none at all.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    To reduce the imagination to a state of slavery—even though it would mean the elimination of what is commonly called happiness—is to betray all sense of absolute justice within oneself. Imagination alone offers me some intimation of what can be.
    André Breton (1896–1966)