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How can I delete "locked" images?

I changed the size of some photos on my Nikon D90 to "smaller image" so that I could email them more easily. Now these photos are locked and cannot be deleted. So every time I take another batch of photos and upload them into the computer, these photos upload again too. I can delete them from the computer, but not the camera. Is there a setting or a trick or a magic word I can use to get them off the memory card?
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Go to the menu on the camera and navigate to the FORMAT command. Formatting the card in the camera should clear all photos.

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