Eradicated sentence example

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  • Not until 6 years ago was smallpox eradicated from the world.
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  • But the decay was too deeprooted to be eradicated by such means, and we shall see that at a late period in Sparta's history an attempt was made without success to deal with the evil by much more drastic measures.
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  • So if its person-to-person transmission can be interrupted, it truly can be eradicated from the planet.
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  • Now the disease is eradicated.
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  • Hog cholera or swine fever has been almost eradicated.
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  • Protestantism was successfully eradicated in Italy; but the pope failed to prevent the secession of England.
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  • Youth unemployment has been virtually eradicated in many areas.
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  • Indeed there are many who argue that they should be completely eradicated from the wild.
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  • The only dreaded disease to have been totally eradicated is smallpox, which was wiped out more than two decades ago.
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  • Hooliganism has been all but eradicated, and in my opinion the average football fan is far more tolerant and civilized than before.
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  • Guinea worm disease has been almost eradicated through improved water and hygiene initiatives, public awareness campaigns, and improved monitoring.
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  • Tumor burdens in mice were completely eradicated and survival was significantly prolonged.
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  • To achieve this aim, the invasive non-native sycamore will be eradicated from both woods.
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  • The scourge was eradicated.
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  • Business is committed to ensuring that sexism in the workplace is eradicated and that all employees are paid equally for the job they do.
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  • Smallpox was eradicated worldwide by 1980, and the US stockpiles of vaccine are decades old.
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  • In fact, until the roots of fear are eradicated, no undesirable trait can be fully eliminated.
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  • It doesn't seem likely that feelings of prejudice toward people who are different from us can ever truly be eradicated.
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  • Although many diseases have been virtually eradicated in the United States, they still pose risks in other countries.
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  • The medications are usually given for a period of three weeks to make sure that all the bacteria has been eradicated from your cat's system.
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  • Fleas often bite humans and produce itching, painful welts if not successfully eradicated.
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  • While dust mites cannot be eradicated, they can be controlled by using a barrier between you and the dust mites.
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  • Diseases and weaknesses in species can all but be eradicated in theory.
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  • Routine vaccination has almost eradicated diphtheria from the United States, but it is still seen in many parts of the world.
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  • Although it has been practically eradicated in the United States, rubella is still common in less developed countries because of poor immunization penetration, creating a risk to susceptible travelers.
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  • Rabies has been eradicated in the United Kingdom.
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  • Despite the presence of chemically-resistant lice and the thoroughness required to prevent re-infestation, all lice infestations are eradicated eventually.
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  • When hair removal is permanent, this means that the follicle has been eradicated and taken out of production.
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  • It has been largely eradicated with the availability of year-round fruits and vegetables.
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  • Greasy diarrhea, vomiting, and cramps can take up a good portion of your day, and symptoms often persist until gluten is eradicated from your diet.
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  • The city of Panama was formerly a stronghold of yellow fever and malaria, which American sanitary measures have practically eradicated.
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  • This is partly eradicated by the new constitution of 1897, which reapportioned representation according to electoral districts, so that New Castle has seven senators and fifteen representatives, while each of the other counties has seven senators and ten representatives.
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  • The Cuban coast was uninterruptedly full of infection, and the danger of an outbreak in each year was never absent, until the work of the United States army in 1901-1902 conclusively proved that this disease, though ineradicable by the most extreme sanitary measures, based on the accepted theory of its origin as a filth-disease, could be eradicated entirely by removing the possibility of inoculation by the Stegomyia mosquito.
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  • Most notable of all, yellow fever was eradicated where it had been endemic for centuries.
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