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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of junk.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. same as cast-off. Contrasted with
kept, retained, and saved.
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Locker forecasts that demand a decade from now will have absorbed much of the so-called obsolete scrap; that is, the junked steel products yet to be processed.
You had to do them, had to sell them, which kind of junked the brand.
In the memo, written last autumn but leaked to a newspaper in early August, Blair criticizes the "hubris and vacuity" of the Labour conference, and complains that Brown "junked" the Blair "policy agenda but had nothing to put in its place."
During the winter the felled trees were sometimes cut for firewood, and those remaining in the spring were "junked," as it was called, and rolled into immense piles and burned, after which a crop of rye or wheat was sown, and hacked in with hoes, the roots of the trees preventing the movement of the harrow.
But he claimed Tory plans for rapid spending cuts, inheritance tax cuts and tax breaks for married couples showed David Cameron had 'junked' change in favour of the same agenda followed by his predecessors Michael Howard and William Hague.
Currently, property owners are able to keep several "junked" vehicles on their property if they pay the city's $25 registration fee.
TROY - A class action federal lawsuit has been filed against the City of Troy, accusing the city of towing automobiles it claimed were "junked" from driveways without giving owners prior notice.
Also at the meeting, council passed an ordinance defining a "junked" boat and establishing a fine of up to $200 if a resident has one.
Of course I feel demoralized for my unit is pristine although is "junked" by the iTunes update which freaked the video playback capability and the static matter which seems to be a piece of hardware which is not seating correctly.
Like the proposed Haywood County nuisance ordinance, Henderson County's ordinance requires people to get a vehicle restoration permit to keep unlicensed, unregistered or "junked" motor vehicles on their property.
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