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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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Critic Angela Flournoy commented in The New York Times: "Part oral history, part urban history, part celebration of a bygone way of life, The Yellow House is a full indictment of the greed, discrimination, indifference and poor city planning that led her family's home to be wiped off the map.
More than PS22billion was wiped off the FTSE 100 after it dived 87 points to a seven-month low of 6955.2, which is 10 per cent below its May peak.
It adds to deep losses during Monday's session when more than PS27 billion was wiped off the value of London's blue-chip stocks and followed a brutal overnight selloff in Asia and on Wall Street, where the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 dropped 4.6% and 4.1% respectively on Monday.
NEARLY PS50 billion was wiped off the FTSE 100 as the London market fell prey to a global stock sell-off sparked by fears that rising inflation could force central banks to hike interest rates.
Summary: Gurugram (Haryana) [India], September 13 (ANI): The security guard of the Ryan International School, who was on duty when the brutal murder of seven-year-old took place, has claimed that when he reached the spot, he saw blood on the floor, which was later wiped off.
The Islamic Republic often repeats the words of Ayatollah Khomeini that Israel "must be wiped off the earth." But it is always in the passive voice and Iran never says who should do the wiping off.
THE London market saw PS52bn wiped off top flight shares yesterday as oil prices tumbled, sending the market close to fouryear lows.
Emil Tadros, a civil engineer in Abu Dhabi said the telecommunications provider wiped off Dh2097 from his credit card through auto pay
NEARLY PS46billion was wiped off the value of Britain's biggest companies yesterday amid mounting fears about the global economy.
Then, using a microfiber cloth, I wiped off the haze to reveal an ordinary-looking screen.
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 0.6% lower than in February last year.