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To strike from the record is for a judge to forbid a decision maker (such as a juror) to consider a particular piece of testimony or other evidence when deciding the case even though he or she has already learned what that evidence or testimony concerned. The commonly heard request is "move to strike", with the intent to erase previous testimony or court proceeding from record.