Erase

  • (verb): Remove by or as if by rubbing or erasing.
    Example: "Please erase the formula on the blackboard--it is wrong!"
    Synonyms: rub out, score out, efface, wipe off
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on erase, erases:

HDDerase
... HDDerase is a freeware utility that securely erases data on hard drives using the security erase unit command built into the firmware of Parallel ATA and Serial ATA drives manufactured ... deletion programs such as Darik's Boot and Nuke which attempt to erase data using block writes, and therefore cannot access certain portions of the hard drive ... The internal firmware secure erase command can access data that is no longer accessible through software, such as bad blocks ...
Jenny Hoyston
... is the vocalist and guitarist of the San Francisco, CA, USA political punk and no wave band Erase Errata, releases records and performs worldwide under her solo moniker Paradise Island and has made ... duo California Lightening with future Erase Errata drummer Bianca Sparta in 1997 ... Later that same year she formed Erase Errata with Sara Jaffe, Ellie Erickson and Sparta after an impromptu jam session at Club Hott, the all-ages showspace/warehouse Hoyston and Sparta inhabited ...
FOCAL-69 - Language Reference - Statements - Editing Commands
... The editing commands were ERASE (abbreviation E), MODIFY (abbreviation M) and WRITE (abbreviation W) ERASE - zeroes out all variables ERASE - deletes the ...
Del (command)
... In computing, del (or erase) is a command in all DOS, OS/2 and Microsoft Windows command line interpreters (shells) such as COMMAND.COM, cmd.exe, 4DOS/NDOS/4OS2/4NT and Windows PowerShell ... In Windows PowerShell, del and erase are a predefined command aliases for the Remove-Item cmdlet which basically serves the same purpose ... While DR-DOS supports del and erase as well, it also supports the shorthand form era, which derived from CP/M ...

More definitions of "erase":

  • (verb): Remove from memory or existence.
    Synonyms: wipe out
  • (verb): Wipe out magnetically recorded information.
    Synonyms: delete

Famous quotes containing the word erase:

    A person taking stock in middle age is like an artist or composer looking at an unfinished work; but whereas the composer and the painter can erase some of their past efforts, we cannot. We are stuck with what we have lived through. The trick is to finish it with a sense of design and a flourish rather than to patch up the holes or merely to add new patches to it.
    Harry S. Broudy (b. 1905)

    They circumcised women, little girls, in Jesus’s time. Did he know? Did the subject anger or embarrass him? Did the early church erase the record? Jesus himself was circumcised; perhaps he thought only the cutting done to him was done to women, and therefore, since he survived, it was all right.
    Alice Walker (b. 1944)

    Myths and legends die hard in America. We love them for the extra dimension they provide, the illusion of near-infinite possibility to erase the narrow confines of most men’s reality. Weird heroes and mould-breaking champions exist as living proof to those who need it that the tyranny of “the rat race” is not yet final.
    Hunter S. Thompson (b. 1939)