(1) There should be no constitutional obligation to extirpate all historical religious references from American public life.(2) It was the brutal efforts of the English government to extirpate Catholicism that created the unbridgeable chasm between the two nations.(3) The victor is the player who, when the referee's whistle goes to take the kick, can extirpate all of his surroundings and focus on the fundamental task in hand.(4) They don't extirpate every scintilla of self-doubt you've ever had.(5) The US regulators are seeking to extirpate the cancer before it spreads any further.(6) the use of every legal measure to extirpate this horrible evil from the land(7) The letter continued with the hope that ├ö├ç├┐Federal America will be able to extinguish this unrighteous rebellion, and extirpate the foul thing that so long has sullied her institutions and polluted her soul.├ö├ç├û(8) He had fought in a war to extirpate fascism and, in common with others who had seen the result of unthinking brutality, he hated the Nazis and their henchmen.(9) They're proposing a plan to extirpate themselves from the well-deserved guilt that they have for fermenting terror and militancy worldwide.(10) Even the blithe lovebird will extirpate its rival suitor in the most gruesome manner.(11) This would seem to make it all the more urgent that I extirpate the heresy - although, as we shall see, I don't think the argument constitutes such a threat to classical Marxist thought on this issue.(12) Even the fall of the Roman Empire did not empower ruthless rebels or pseudoreligious cults to extirpate law and order in every corner of the realm.(13) The Emperor was depicted as an imperator submitting himself to the service of the Church - an ideal Christian prince, Defender of Christendomand extirpator of heresy.(14) Certainly whites must keep extirpating vestiges of racism, even within their own souls.(15) Much as one would wish it so, politically motivated violence directed at civilians by desperate people can no more be extirpated than can ├ö├ç├┐evil├ö├ç├û itself.(16) But where the land is unequal, it is better to make use of a narrower extirpator , and which has not so many tines.