Definitions for "Discard"
Keywords:  useless, trump, muck, throw, thrown
To throw out of one's hand, as superfluous cards; to lay aside (a card or cards).
To cast off as useless or as no longer of service; to dismiss from employment, confidence, or favor; to discharge; to turn away.
The act of discarding; also, the card or cards discarded.
Keywords:  reject, faceup, meld, tile, thrust
To put or thrust away; to reject.
A rejected tile which may be claimed by another player.
a tile played faceup, not as part of a meld, to end a player's turn; or the act of playing such a tile
This is the number of initial iterations from the Gibbs sampler that are discarded to allow for convergence of the model on the true value(s) for the parameter(s) of interest.
Keywords:  junos, silently, halts, hop, syntax
JUNOS software syntax command used in a routing policy or a firewall filter. The command halts the logical processing of the policy or filter when a set of match conditions is met. The specific route or IP packet is dropped from the network silently. It can also be a next-hop attribute assigned to a route in the routing table.
The process of physically doing away with records that are no longer of value and do not contain any sensitive information. These records can be disposed of in the trash.
A book officially withdrawn from the library collection because it is worn, obsolete, or is no longer needed.
The movement of an object from its systemic context to an archaeological context.
Keywords:  crop, see
The DISCARD protocol is an internet protocol defined in RFC 863. It is intended for testing and measurement purposes.
To make a discard.