Examples of erasure in a Sentence
accidental erasure of the tape
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Recent Examples of erasure from the Web
Two days after Trump was inaugurated, PANK published an erasure of his Inaugural Speech.
Nature’s editors seem to think that removing Sims’s statue would constitute an erasure of history, a claim that has also been advanced on behalf of Confederate monuments, by President Trump among others.
Covering, altering or destroying works of art represents an erasure of history, and is not consistent with principles adopted by the university in a December 2016 report.
Whatever the reasoning behind the change, there are deeper implications to the erasure of her braided halo than a simple stylistic decision.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with standing for the anthem, but don’t participate in the erasure of his protest by taking away the crux of the message.
After centuries of black erasure, today’s white candidates know that you must be seen talking to, shaking hands with, dapping or dabbing with some random black person in a commercial, at a rally or in a poster for symbolic purposes.
Petrovich’s lawyers are asking the judge in the current case to take a more critical view of Johnson’s erasures.
The finale was a lovely ode to what made the series so addictive, except for one key moment: The erasure of Jackson Whittemore’s bisexuality, which pushed the show firmly into queerbaiting territory that’s rampant in pop culture today.
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