Definitions for "Deletion"
(genetic) • A mutation resulting from the loss of a continuous segment of a gene or chromosome. Such mutations never revert to wild type. (Contrast with duplication, point mutation.)
A loss of part of the DNA from a chromosome; can lead to a disease or abnormality. See also: chromosome, mutation
Loss of a length of genetic material within a chromosome
Act of deleting, blotting out, or erasing; destruction.
Deletion means erasing text without saving it. Emacs deletes text only when it is expected not to be worth saving (all whitespace, or only one character). The alternative is killing (q.v.). See section 3/4õî¤Èºï1/2ü.
Deletion means erasing text without copying it into the kill ring (q.v.). The alternative is killing (q.v.). See section Deletion.
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Monoclonal Tourniquet
Monoclonal Thigh
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Lymphoma Streptococcal
the omission that is made when an editorial change shortens a written passage; "an editor's deletions frequently upset young authors"; "both parties agreed on the excision of the proposed clause"
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Linkage Spike
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Modeling Synapse
Equipment that is not installed on a vehicle, either because it conflicts with a selected option, or because it has been removed by the customer.
To delete a node from a constraint tree is to remove all of the selections that contain that node from the constraint tree.
A procedure in which information is removed from files and other storage structures on computers and made inaccessible without the use of specific data recovery tools designed to recover deleted data.
any process whereby sounds are left out of spoken words or phrases
is what has been left out of your internal representation of the original experience. One of the cognitive processes that allows us to manage incoming sensory data without being overwhelmed, however there are things we delete which would be useful for us to have retained.
a mechanism of tolerance achieved through the death or suicide of reactive lymphocytes
When a domain name record is deleted from the Domain Name System (DNS) and our database of records. When this occurs, the domain name that has gone through the deletion process is returned to the pool of available Domain Names for anyone to register.
The process of a domain name being deleted from they domain name database. Users will no longer be able to locate the domain on the Internet and it will be released for sale by other parties.
The process of removing a domain name and its corresponding record from the Domain Name System (DNS) and the domain name database. A deleted domain name cannot be used to locate computers on the Internet and will be made available for other parties to register on a first-come, first-served basis. A domain name may be deleted at the request of the domain name registrant, as a result of non-payment of fees, or due to circumstances particular to individual cases. [see also: Domain Name System (DNS), Registrant, Registration Fee, Renewal Fee
the act of deleting something written or printed
The act of deleting or destroying something
a credit item that has permanently disappeared from the credit report of the client