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Unix command(s) to remove files recursively?


Suppose that I have, in a certain directory and all its subdirs and subdirs'
subdirs' subdirs... etc., a certain number of files terminating with `~', e.g.:
`myfile~', and that I want to remove all of them recursively.  Is there a Unix
command to do that right away?

Thanks for any help

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