purge

[n] - the act of clearing yourself (or another) from some stigma or charge 2. [n] - an act of removing by cleansing 3. [v] - oust politically 4. [v] - clear of a charge 5. [v] - rid of impurities 6. [v] - excrete or evacuate (someone`s bowels or body)
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purge

Removal (for example, from a political party) of suspected opponents or persons regarded as undesirable (often by violent means). During the 1930s purges were conducted in the USSR under Joseph...
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Purge

Purge transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Purged ; present participle & verbal noun Purging .] [ French purger , Latin purgare ; purus pure + agere to make, to do. See Pure , and Agent
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Purge

Purge intransitive verb 1. To become pure, as by clarification. 2. To have or produce frequent evacuations from the intestines, as by means of a cathartic.
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Purge

Purge noun [ Confer French purge . See Purge , transitive verb ] 1. The act of purging. « The preparative for the purge of paganism of the kingdom of Northumberland.» Fuller. 2. That which purges; especially, a medicin
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purge

1. To cleanse, clear, or purify by separating and carrying off whatever is impure, heterogeneous, foreign, or superfluous. 'Till fire purge all things new.' ... 2. <medicine> To operate on as, or by means of, a cathartic medicine, or in a similar manner. ... 3. To clarify; to defecate, as liquors. ... 4. To clear of sediment, as a boiler, or
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purge

purging noun an act of removing by cleansing; ridding of sediment or other undesired elements
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purge

verb make pure or free from sin or guilt; `he left the monastery purified`
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purge

(purj) to cleanse or purify; to remove undesirable substances from something. to cause evacuation of feces.
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Purge

• (v. t.) To clarify; to defecate, as liquors. • (v. t.) The act of purging. • (v. i.) To have or produce frequent evacuations from the intestines, as by means of a cathartic. • (v. t.) To clear from accusation, or the charge of a crime or misdemeanor, as by oath or in ordeal. • (v. t.) To operate on as, or by means of, a c
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Purge

The process of eliminating duplicates and/or unwanted names and addresses from one or more lists.
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Purge

The process of eliminating duplicates and/or unwanted names and addresses from one or more lists.
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purge

To rid a line or tank of residual fluid, especially of fuel or oxidizer in the tanks or lines of a rocket after a test firing or simulated test firing. It is done using a purging system that introduces a noncombustible gas, such as carbon dioxide, into the space above propellants to sweep out any to...
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Purge

Purge is British armed forces slang for continual complaining.
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Purge

Purge is British armed forces slang for continual complaining.
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purge

Type: Term Pronunciation: pŭrj Definitions: 1. To cause a copious evacuation of the bowels. 2. A cathartic remedy.
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purge

Removal (for example, from a political party) of suspected opponents or persons regarded as undesirable (often by violent means). During the 1930s purges were conducted in the USSR under Joseph Stalin, carried out by the secret police against political opponents, Communist Party members, minorities, civil servants, and large sections of the armed f
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purge

To atone for an offense, to submit to a court's mandate (i.e., to purge oneself of contempt of court)
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purge

To exonerate or cleanse from guilt.
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Purge

Purging email is when the messages you have marked for removal by the delete command are erased from
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Purge

The 'purge' is the date that registered students with any balance due will be deleted from all class
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