be erased

See: disappear
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So many years have since past, that you may have, perhaps, forgotten this circumstance: but your desires are to me in the nature of commands; and the impression of them is never to be erased from my memory.
He looked back, once, before he left the street; and looked upon a sight not easily to be erased, even from his remembrance, so long as he had life.
Beware them both, and all of their degree, but most of all beware this boy, for on his brow I see that written which is Doom, unless the writing be erased.
The Kurdish leaders are next in line to be erased by al-Maliki.
This is very special, because history can never be erased or forgotten,'' Hopkins said.
Someone else could work out for you--and then you'll be surprised at how quickly the first crush can be erased from your mind
Most of today's high-capacity tapes cannot be erased by degaussing (waving a magnet over the tape to scramble the metallic particles on the tape).
I was lucky enough to do all those things, so I have some treasured memories which will never be erased.
He gave audiences a taste for the irreverence and artifice of camp that couldn't be erased when its link to gay experience was finally acknowledged.
Although people realized the damage the Marcos regime created would not be erased overnight, millions of Filipinos are still being denied justice and relief from their impoverished conditions, says Rosca.
Tortured American POWs declare today a sad day for justice in the United States and for the military family in particular, as the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled today that the judgment held by American POWs tortured by Iraqis during the 1991 Gulf War should be erased at the urging of the Bush Administration.
If we continue to allow the guidelines governing family to be erased, we will soon find ourselves living in a society where defiance of the voice of the majority is the rule.