from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A discard, rejection.
- n. An item that is thrown out to an audience or crowd, usually for dramatic effect.
- n. An overarm throw of the ball from a goalkeeper.
- n. A put-out caused by a throw to a base of a fielded ground ball.
- n. A folded paper in a publication, such as a book or a greeting card, that is intended to be unfolded for use outside the normal form factor of the publication.
- n. A mechanism to rapidly disengage a portion of a machine from the source of its motion, as an automotive clutch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as frog, 4 .
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The lesson here is throw-out unused prescriptions, and be suspicious if your Xanax-munching friend keeps talking up impromptu trips to Disney World.
Vivi, deciding that they should use a half-bred unregistered throw-out as their entry to the sales, had bought one from a knacker's yard for peanuts; a bay with a white star, common as dirt.
It would have been so much easier for Mr. Obama and his auto task force chiefs Tim Geithner and Steve Rattner to throw-out Bob Nardelli of Chrysler; he's not well-known and his company, now privately-owned, has been in trouble for so many years that his being forced-out seems a foregone conclusion anyway.
At the end of the day it is the content that pulls in the people, so I am surprised that these platforms think they can just throw-out a framework and hope quality content will magically appear.
True accountability would help to improve our economy and throw-out those who seek office only to enrich themselves at the taxpayers expense, but in reality, such an endeavor may be a pipe-dream, albeit one many of us share and hope for each and every day of our lives!
"The only thing we felt was the Blue Grass was a throw-out," says Pletcher, referring to the fact that a very fast Keeneland track played to front-running Sinister Minister's blazing speed.
Also doing more nuptial organisation hair, flowers, makeup, girlie stuff, blah, furious exercise, having a huge throw-out of all my old too-big clothes and sketching out/researching my next book which will be a novel.
Interestingly, on the site there is a section on ‘mythic beast sighting’1 which depicts a mapinguari, as cited on oceanic-air.com in a leaked script throw-out.
Cash strapped Delta wants to throw-out the pilot's contract and impose pay and benefit cuts.
We have plenty of data in recent decades concerning rainfall, CO2 concentrations, and temperatures in the area of proxies, so updated proxy analysis could confirm, call into question, or completely throw-out the window the assumptions used in reconstructions about the relationship of ring width vs temperature.