Wipe

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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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In one $85 billion fell swoop, the US Federal Reserve may have wiped out what credibility it won resisting Lehman Brothers' rescue plea and opened its door to countless other companies to come calling for cash.
While there might be some time before we know whether the decriminalization would work, the Mexican Tourism Bureau said that the revenue for the new bookings for Hollywood after-parties has already wiped out the Mexican federal deficit.
Berwick, who beat bottom clubAlloa on their last outing, wiped out the memory of the disastrous previous performance at Shielfield when they were hammered by Dumbarton.
Thus does Kiberd address a diasporic people still haunted by the potato famine that wiped out the only staple crop of the 19th century Irish peasantry and forever altered the course of Irish national history.
I feel totally wiped out and know I should be resting more, but I worry about losing fitness and getting lazy.