Definitions for "SCRAP "
Same as Scrap iron, below.
Metal to be remelted; includes scrapped machinery fabricated items such as rail or structural steel and rejected castings.
Materials discarded from manufacturing operations that may be suitable for reprocessing.
Any product of a molding operation that is not part of the primary product. In compression molding, this includes flash, culls, runners, and is not reusable as a molding compound. Injection molding and extrusion scrap (runners, rejected parts, sprues, etc.) can usually be reground and remolded.
production residual or defective portion of discharge that is normally not tagged or retained with inventory.
The action taken on a nonconforming product to preclude its originally intended usage.
Something scraped off; hence, a small piece; a bit; a fragment; a detached, incomplete portion.
Specifically, a fragment of something written or printed; a brief excerpt; an unconnected extract.
A category in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's grading system denoting tobacco that has been broken into small pieces; scrap does not include any portion of the tobacco stems. Scrap results from handling tobacco during processing or manufacturing, whereas broken leaf results from handling that occurs prior to processing.
Keywords:  drag, usable, airplane, refuse, desktop
make into scrap or refuse; "scrap the old airplane and sell the parts"
a part of speech
A file that is created when you drag part of a document to the desktop.
Keywords:  pork, crisp, fat, drying, remains
The crisp substance that remains after drying out animal fat; as, pork scraps.
SCRAP is a security camera recording application that is capable of working with any video4linux compatible device. It can grab frames from multiple inputs on a single device or from multiple capture boards at the same time. It has a very reliable motion detection system that records only when movement is detected, ignoring light changes.
An application or system file maintained for storage of document data that has been marked for movement, copying, or excision.
Keywords:  fight
A fight.
Keywords:  icon, shell, selection, transfers, user
An icon created when the user transfers a data selection from within a file to a shell container.
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