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    • The removal of some text during modifying.
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excision definition

  • noun:
    • The removal of some text during modifying.
    • removing a tumor, etc., by cutting.
    • The removal of a gene from a section of genetic material.
    • The fact that, under certain hypotheses, the homology of a place in accordance with a subspace is unchanged by the recognition of a subspace of latter to a spot.
    • The act of excising or reducing or down; extirpation; destruction.
    • The act of cutting off from chapel; excommunication.
    • The treatment, especially of tiny parts, with a cutting tool.
    • The work of cutting off, out, or away, as a component (especially a little diseased component) associated with human anatomy by a surgical procedure, the tap-roots or any other parts of a tree, etc.
    • A cutting faraway from sexual intercourse or union; a setting apart or closing out; exclusion; excommunication.
    • Extirpation; total destruction.
    • surgery of a body part or structure
    • the work of pulling up or out; uprooting; cutting off from existence
    • the omission which made whenever an editorial modification shortens a written passage
    • the work of banishing a member of a church through the communion of believers as well as the benefits of this church; cutting you off from a religious society
    • The deletion of some text during modifying.
    • removing a tumor, etc., by cutting.
    • The removal of a gene from a section of genetic product.
    • the reality that, under specific hypotheses, the homology of an area in accordance with a subspace is unchanged by the identification of a subspace associated with latter to a place.
    • The work of excising or cutting out or off; extirpation; destruction.
    • The act of cutting-off from the church; excommunication.
    • The treatment, specially of little components, with a cutting tool.
    • The act of cutting off, out, or away, as a component (especially a little diseased component) of this human body by a surgical operation, the tap-roots or other areas of a tree, etc.
    • A cutting faraway from intercourse or union; a setting apart or closing away; exclusion; excommunication.
    • Extirpation; total destruction.
    • surgical removal of a body component or muscle
    • the act of pulling up or out; uprooting; cutting off from presence
    • the omission that's made when an editorial modification shortens a written passage
    • the act of banishing a part of a church from communion of believers plus the privileges of church; cutting someone off from a religious culture
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