Extraction

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Often ForcefulPlay
Extraction implies a forceful action, like pulling something out with effort or difficulty. SlideExtraction of the car from the mud took hours.
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Not Always PhysicalPlay
Although often physical, extraction can also refer to abstract removals, such as data. SlideThe extraction of relevant information from the article was challenging.
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Can Be DestructivePlay
Extraction sometimes suggests that the object being removed might be destroyed or altered. SlideDuring the demolition, careful extraction of windows was required.