Definitions for "Elimination"
Keywords:  defecation, rid, urine, waste, sweat
the act of discharging or excreting waste products or foreign substances through the various emunctories.
The ejection of wastes from the body through urination or defecation.
the act of removing or getting rid of something
Expulsion of a substance or other material from an organism (or a defined part thereof), usually by a process of extrusion or exclusion, sometimes after metabolic transformation RT clearance WHO, 1979
The act of expulsion or of extrusion, especially of drug expulsion from the body.
when a horse and rider are excluded from finishing a competition due to the accumulation of faults
Disqualification from placings because of an infraction of a specifically stated rule, such as a fall, going off pattern, etc.; a process of selecting semifinalists from a very large number of riders.
A form of competition where the loser retires after losing one bout.
The act of expelling or throwing off
Act of causing a quantity to disappear from an equation; especially, in the operation of deducing from several equations containing several unknown quantities a less number of equations containing a less number of unknown quantities.
The act of obtaining by separation, or as the result of eliminating; deduction. [See Eliminate, 4.]
Like Cincinnati, but cards matched with table cards are discarded (Weary Willie).
Keywords:  deceptikonz, debut, album, hop, zealand
Elimination is the debut album of New Zealand hip-hop group, the Deceptikonz released in 2002.
Disorders. The essential feature of these disorders are the lack of control over bladder (enuresis) or bowel (encopresis) not caused by a physical disorder.
class of reaction. An elimination reaction is essentially an addition reaction in reverse. e.g. one parent molecule splits into two or more molecules. Normally, the smaller fraction is said to have been eliminated.
The process of removing something on a temporary or semipermanent basis.
One or more defects presumed to be temporary and curable. Cause for elimination in a show or from registration until cured or corrected.
Forensics]. Where a forensic examiner concludes that a questioned item did not come from the same source as a known item.
A definite conclusion that two or more handwritten items were not written by the same person.
Keywords:  murder, competitor
the murder of a competitor
When combining business entities, certain intra-company transactions are subtracted to avoid double-counting.
analysis of a problem into alternative possibilities followed by the systematic elimination of unacceptable alternatives
Keywords:  athlete, lifts, failing, valid, reason
An athlete failing to obtain a valid result in either one or both movements (lifts) for any reason is eliminated.
The number of days in which no payment of benefits will be made for eligible charges incurred. The longer the waiting period, the lower the premium.
the most effective risk control measure. It involves the removal of the risk, eg. changing work practices.
Keywords:  carrying, substance, system
Carrying a substance out of the system.