Definitions for "Broke"
Paper from any point in the paper making process which is suitable only for repulping, e.g. Wet paper removed from the paper machine or dry paper arising as trimmings, faulty paper etc. Not strictly speaking recycled, as mills have always put broke back into the process, but certainly better than sending it to landfill. In some recycled definitions, broke that goes back into the same grade is not categorised as recycled, where broke that is used in a different grade is.
Paper or board that is discarded at any stage during its manufacture and is usually repulped. There are 2 kinds - wet broke, which is accumulated at the wet end of the papermaking machine; dry broke which is accumulated at any stage on the dry end of the machine, trimmings from the reeling, slitting and cutting operations, as well as paper or board rejected during sorting.
Paper discarded during manufacture or converting of paper; usually repulped
Keywords:  imp, break
imp. & p. p. of Break.
trained. A horse that has been given some education is called a broke horse; a green-broke horse is partially trained; a well-broke horse is well-trained.
A horse that has been "gentled" to the point that he can be handled and ridden
Keywords:  pimp, procurer, love, matters, act
To act as procurer in love matters; to pimp.
Keywords:  skint, british, lacking, slang, funds
lacking funds; "`skint' is a British slang term"
r: A company that facilitates the sale and/ or purchase of electricity between businesses and Retail Electric Providers. Competitive Retail Electric Provider A certified Retail Electric Provider by the PUC that competes for your business by offering lower prices, renewable energy options, added customer service benefits or other incentives.
When something doesn't work, it's broke.
"Broke" was the first single released by Modest Mouse, on March 26, 1996 on the Sub Pop label. A copy of the songs on the single were later released on Interstate 8, although both were different recordings. The same recordings later appeared on the Building Nothing Out of Something compilation.
Keywords:  chase, dog, unwanted, game
A dog that will not chase unwanted game.
Keywords:  steady, wing, shot, mean, term
A term most often used to mean “Steady-To-Wing-And-Shot.
Keywords:  outcome, losing, bets
The outcome of too many losing bets.
Money transportation money given to the broke player by the casino.
Keywords:  else, deals, floor, firm, executes
A person acting as an agent for making securities transactions. An 'Account Executive' or a 'broker' at a brokerage firm deals directly with customers. A 'Floor Broker' on the trading floor of an exchange actually executes someone else's trading orders.
Keywords:  transact, business, another
To transact business for another.