“Get some small sawdust shavings from a workbench etc.”
“I have fairly frequent cravings for shavings from the delicious ground-meat cylinders, like, pretty much every time I pass by a cart.”
“This afternoon was a frenzy of activity, with lights going in, the boiler being tested, an avalanche of sawdust and shavings from the wooden worktops.”
“Can whittling shavings from a stick make you a better carver?”
“I 'm getting my money 's worth out of that bunch, just in the fun of planning ahead," he realized, while he whittled shavings from the edge of a cracker-box to start his supper fire.”
“With a bit of sharp-edged flint he scraped tiny curls of shavings from a half-formed ashwood arrow, which, from time to time, he lifted even with one eye to look along its glimmering length toward the light, to see that it was straight and flawless, his soft, even voice warbling out the strangely beautiful Indian tradition of”
“Cut into thin shavings two pounds of common yellow or white soap, put it on the fire with just water enough to keep it from burning; when quite melted, add a quarter of”
“In an ideal world, I was going to try either pouring or drizzling with semi sweet chocolate ganache while it was still frozen, but as it happens I just covered it in shavings.”
“We call the shavings of fish (which are little worth) gubbings; and sure it is that they are sensible that the word importeth shame and disgrace.”
“But the crowning touch that I recently came up with was to add a spoonful of katsuo bushi shavings, which is unsalted smoked fish that kind of looks like sawdust but smells really good.”
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Items of little or no value that are left behind by physical or biological processes other than passing through an alimentary canal. See also Valse's Leftovers and reesetee's Hogwash! for other tak...
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Things of a vestigial nature.
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