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Definition of Obliterative

Obliterative
Obliterative Ob*lit"er*a*tive, a. Tending or serving to obliterate.

Meaning of Obliterative from wikipedia

- popcorn plant in Jasper, Missouri developed obliterative bronchiolitis. Due to this event, obliterative bronchiolitis began to be referred to in the...
- Obliterating endarteritis is severe proliferating endarteritis (inflammation of the intima or inner lining of an artery) that results in an occlusion of...
- In sociology of science, obliteration by incorporation (OBI) occurs when at some stage in the development of a science, certain ideas become so universally...
- Obliterate is a grindcore band from Košice. Founded in 1992, is one of the first bands of this genre in Slovakia 1993 Pieces of Superior Life (demo) 1995...
- vascular disease (PVD), peripheral artery occlusive disease, peripheral obliterative arteriopathy An arterial insufficiency ulcer in a person with severe...
- Obliterator is a side-scrolling arcade adventure computer game published by Psygnosis in 1988. It was released for Amiga, Atari ST, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad...
- ever prey or are pre**** upon are under certain normal cir****stances obliterative.'") that effectively all animals are camouflaged with countershading...
- Matrix-supported (clay and silt grade) Grain-supported In situ organisms Non-obliterative Obliterative < 10% grains > 10% grains With matrix No matrix Encrusting binding...
- From Enslavement to Obliteration is the second studio album by grindcore band Napalm Death, released in 1988. It is the final studio album with vocalist...
- Michael; Jon Gambrell (7 April 2016). "Saudi coalition used US bombs in obliterating Yemen market". The Washington Post. The ****ociated Press (21 June 2016)...
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