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Wipe

In film, a transition between two shots or scenes in which a second shot gradually replaces a first. Wipes are done in editing.
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When I checked with the customer service, they said I have crossed the credit limit and the amount was wiped off from my credit card.
After about 70 airports were wiped off from one of the world's leading satellite navigation systems, the air traffic safety in South African skies has been settled.
NEARLY PS46billion was wiped off the value of Britain's biggest companies yesterday amid mounting fears about the global economy.
billionS were wiped off the value were wiped off the value of Scottish firms yesterday as the of Scottish firms yesterday as the stock market took fright over stock market took fright over the prospect of independence.
Then, using a microfiber cloth, I wiped off the haze to reveal an ordinary-looking screen.
It used to be that Iran's rhetoric was very generic, saying only that Israel "must be wiped off the map" without ever specifying who would do the wiping off.
The House Prices Index has revealed that pounds 1,710 has been wiped off the value of the average Welsh home since December 2011, with prices currently on average 0.
In Northumberland the first year of savings will see pounds 60m wiped off the council's budget and 500 posts axed.
Qaeda's Zawahri Says Israel Is a Crime against Muslims; Must Be Wiped off Map
Summary: Angry Israeli passengers complained to British BMI airline that the Jewish state was wiped off the inflight map, which showed flights bound for Israel were instead heading to Mecca.
And the number of British billionaires fell from 75 to 43, and more than pounds 150 billion was wiped off the fortunes of the country's richest people nationally.
In just a year, the number of British billionaires fell from 75 to 43 and more than pounds 150bn was wiped off the fortunes of the country's richest people.