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- n. Plural form of scrap, left over pieces.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scrap.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. food that is discarded (as from a kitchen)
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It seems, even for someone like Ferguson, who has been involved in most of the title scraps over the past two decades, the predictability of the Premier League is becoming a bit boring.
The Canadian became world champion in 1997 by defeating Michael Schumacher in one of the most acrimonious title scraps ever.
Yes | No | Report from cooner wrote 33 weeks 6 days ago get your self a 330 conibear and a five gallon bucket toss in some scraps from the dinner table. put the scraps in the pail laying on its side set the 330 in front of it camouflage it with hay or grass. bam dead coon. very easy cubby set that works like a charm.
The Spinner sliced the shards into pieces as the grenade sent the motorcycles flying in scraps of blue and yellow metal.
In the rare cases where there are Republicans, they have to be the nice sort of Republican who can grovel for scraps from the Democrat feast.
Extending benefits, or more accurately, the distribution of scraps from the public largesse, does nothing to help get the economy going.
Alinsky, like every other Communist, would rather have seen those who are black and poor remain poor and tied to getting scraps from the government.
Temp workers are like the kitchen boy, every day they show up, hoping there is work, and getting paid in scraps and ribbons.
Despite some control measures implemented by the government to differentiate the real scraps from the fake scraps, Diario 27-F states that it is impossible to separate the metal.
I easily mended that with some scraps from the edges.
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