Each year during the round up prior to the annual sale, ranchers will select cows from their herd that are not pregnant or are too old to be productive and sell them with the calves. This process is called culling the herd.
to remove an animal from the breeding flock because it does not meet the needs of that breeding program. It may fit well in another flock, unless cull for health reasons. Also, refers to an animal that has been culled.
Any item of production picked out for rejection because it does not meet certain specifications. Chip culls and utility culls are specifically defined for purposes of log grading by percentage of sound wood content.
1. A tree or log that is less than one–third usable for lumber or plywood because of excessive decay or other defects. Cull logs are often converted to chips for sale to pulp producers. 2. Lumber of the lowest quality with little or no commercial value, usually below economy or Number 5 grade. Lumber is sometimes purchased "mill run, culls out."
Refers to a tree having no commercial value, usually from having rot, holes, large knots or from being crooked rather than from being too small or of an unmerchantable species. It is important to note that a cull, though having no commercial value may have wildlife, aesthetic or other value.
a below grade coin compared to other coins in a roll, tube, or group. Sometimes used to mean a very slick, worn, or defective coin. "Cull it out" - means to remove it from others because of its defects or low grade.
A coin that is basically non-collectible due to its extremely bad condition. A coin that will not even qualify for a grade of Poor-1, usually because of extensive environmental damage or other post-striking damage.
To hide from the rendered, or in other words, to have the rendered not draw something. Decolayer - A layer in the terrain that can be used to generate a set random pattern of staticmeshes that will fade in and out over distance as well as remain attached to the terrain and have their scale and orientation randomly skewed per instance of the staticmesh. For more on Decolayers see the CreatingDecoLayers document.