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Nuke

Informal; to delete the contents of a database or other set of information on a computer. Nuking is common when information is no longer relevant or may be used when information is sensitive or restricted.
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I tend to use it even when I work in Flame or Nuke.
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The need for new nukes is clear because, well, for one thing, the 10,000 warheads on hand are getting old.
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Nuke - This is one villain who was seemingly introduced already.
At first, Obama said we couldn't talk about his Iranian Nuke Deal unless it was finalized.
The assault took place between midnight and 2am on Saturday, November 1, in Long Nuke Road, Bartley Green.
He was convinced Margaret Thatcher was about to nuke the Argentinians.
He added that the nuke countries have to sign pacts to assure other world countries that these weapons would not be used.