Crossword clues for deleting
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Delete \De*lete"\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Deleted; p. pr. & vb. n. Deleting.] [L. deletus, p. p. of delere to destroy. Cf. 1st Dele.] To blot out; to erase; to expunge; to dele; to omit.
I have, therefore, . . . inserted eleven stanzas which
do not appear in Sir Walter Scott's version, and have
vb. (present participle of delete English)
Usage examples of "deleting".
It had continued copying and deleting, copying and deleting, farther and farther back into her memory, until her main experience data banks were blank and her games data section was full.
I rewrite Willum's worm virus, deleting the lines of code which copied my Experience Data before erasure.
In fact, they've been systematically deleting any messages that pertained to the Santa Cruz Detachment from memory because they didn't carry valid security headers.
Meanwhile, the navigation officer is deleting our course from the ship's computer.
When we tried deleting the part about child rearing, we found the system no longer made jokes about family life.
Free on the net, fully conversant with the security surrounding the police department's computers, the sim of her had given Peter a Christmas present, erasing the records of his fingerprints (marked as unidentified) at Sandra's housePeter's own precautions in that matter having been completely insufficientand deleting large passages of her own files pertaining to the Larsen and Churchill cases.
On the social scale one would delete from the society the causes of aberration in that society as if he were deleting engrams from the individual.
That sucked up a half hour, deleting the fast money and pornography offers, checking a few of the Porsche aftermarket companies.
And if XP suits you just fine, you can regain disk space by deleting the uninstall data.
He could always start deleting any e-mail that came without an @ sign and domain name.
All Buchanan had was two last names, and if the assassin hadn't made the mistake of not deleting the backup titles, Buchanan wouldn't even have learned those names.
The box went away and she scrolled through messages from the photography listserver she was on, deleting each one after she'd skimmed its contents.
SELAM, when it was effective, produced a release of specific tensions by deleting related portions of the established neural circuitry and thereby modifying the overall pattern of the brain's activity.