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  • n. Plural form of shredding.


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  • We're all going to hell in a handbasket, and we're concerned with IPods& Picture frames --- hey that, s it --- a handbasket made from the 'shreddings' of Wall Street's CEOs would have been an interesting & memorable gift! Most Popular

  • Finally, beneath the Christmas cocktail napkins, a defunct Borders Gift Card, dead pens, and bamboo skewers, I discover my prize: a small plastic rectangle with a sliver of silver underneath latched to a tiny dome, the tell-tale shreddings of a previous Number Two still inside.

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  • Timpone has already compiled a list of the buildings that will claim a share of one ton of recycled paper shreddings, provided by a materials company in Brooklyn.

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  • Since winning last season's Six Nations, France has gone into a tailspin, suffering 40-point shreddings in South Africa and Argentina last summer, followed by an autumn series that culminated in the heaviest home defeat in 105 years of French rugby, a 59-16 loss to Australia in Paris.

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  • The hamster population will thank you for the new shreddings, but might fear you more than normal because of the noises of the shreds.

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  • I wanted to pass the book through my shredder, put the shreddings in a box, fill the box with cement, and toss the resulting block off the Golden Gate Bridge.

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  • There will be ceremonial shreddings and performances by Jai Rodriguez, Queer Eye's "culture vulture," whose purpose on the show is utterly baffling ….

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  • Have we not the substantive _trash_ in the sense of shreddings, at p. 542. book iii. of a _Discourse of Forest Trees_, by John Evelyn?

    Notes and Queries, Number 189, June 11, 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

  • The New Yorker adds that the city's Downtown Alliance, "makes deliveries of paper shreddings to lower Broadway, in lieu of ticker tape, which has been obsolete since the sixties."


  • The walls and floor are covered in euro shreddings and the house is so warm Buckley sleeps without a blanket.



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