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  • noun Plural form of scrapper.

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Examples

  • Still, Xerox, filled with "scrappers" and "penny pinchers," needs to add some risk to the mix, said Burns, 51.

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  • Detectives are also trying to determine whether Repinski and his associate are one of a group of people known as "scrappers" who have been stealing copper wiring and plumbing in Pueblo.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Detectives are also trying to determine whether Repinski and his associate are one of a group of people known as "scrappers" who have been stealing copper wiring and plumbing in Pueblo.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Detectives are also trying to determine whether Repinski and his associate are one of a group of people known as "scrappers" who have been stealing copper wiring and plumbing in Pueblo.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • And while contemporary "scrappers" may not be thinking about future historians, a good number are thinking about an audience - and it isn't just the grandkids.

    notebookism

  • This belief appears to have deserted the "scrappers" of world rugby.

    The Roar - Your Sports Opinion

  • And while contemporary "scrappers" may not be thinking about future historians, a good number are thinking about an audience - and it isn't just the grandkids.

    notebookism

  • This belief appears to have deserted the "scrappers" of world rugby.

    The Roar - Your Sports Opinion

  • And while contemporary "scrappers" may not be thinking about future historians, a good number are thinking about an audience - and it isn't just the grandkids.

    notebookism

  • And while contemporary "scrappers" may not be thinking about future historians, a good number are thinking about an audience - and it isn't just the grandkids.

    notebookism

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