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  • 161Canon Alberic's Scrap-Book — is the first story in the first collection of ghost stories published by M. R. James, Ghost Stories of an Antiquary . The volume appeared in 1904, but Canon Alberic s Scrap Book was written in 1894 and published soon afterwards in the National… …

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  • 162A Scrap of Paper — Infobox Film name = A Scrap of Paper image size = caption = director = Fatty Arbuckle producer = writer = narrator = starring = Fatty Arbuckle music = cinematography = editing = distributor = released = 1918 runtime = country = USA language =… …

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  • 163Hughes v. Alexandria Scrap Corp. — Infobox SCOTUS case Litigants = Hughes v. Alexandria Scrap Corp. ArgueDate = January 21 ArgueYear = 1976 DecideDate = June 24 DecideYear = 1976 FullName = Harry R. Hughes, Secretary of Transportation of Maryland, et al. v. Alexandria Scrap… …

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  • 164not make a scrap of difference — informal phrase to not change anything, even in a very small way You can appeal if you like, but it won’t make a scrap of difference. Thesaurus: to remain the same, or to keep something the samesynonym Main entry: scrap …

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  • 165be on the scrap heap — throw (someone/something) on the scrap heap to get rid of someone or something that is not wanted or needed any more. These kids are on the scrap heap as soon as they leave school …

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  • 166on the scrap heap — in a place for things that are not wanted any more. Congress is threatening to throw the president s budget on the scrap heap. Etymology: from the literal meaning of scrap heap (= a pile of things that are no longer wanted) …

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  • 167throw someone on the scrap heap — throw (someone/something) on the scrap heap informal to get rid of someone or something that is not wanted or needed any more. Many people over forty who can t find a job feel they ve been thrown on the scrap heap. (usually passive) …

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  • 168throw something on the scrap heap — throw (someone/something) on the scrap heap informal to get rid of someone or something that is not wanted or needed any more. Many people over forty who can t find a job feel they ve been thrown on the scrap heap. (usually passive) …

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  • 169throw on the scrap heap — throw (someone/something) on the scrap heap informal to get rid of someone or something that is not wanted or needed any more. Many people over forty who can t find a job feel they ve been thrown on the scrap heap. (usually passive) …

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  • 170home scrap — noun : steel scrap that is utilized within the plant where it originates * * * Metall. scrap steel reprocessed in the steel mill in which it was produced …

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  • 171not a scrap — Not even a tiny amount • • • Main Entry: ↑scrap …

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  • 172Car scrap allowance — Le car scrap allowance est un programme britannique destiné à faciliter l acquisition d une nouvelle automobile, une sorte de « prime à la casse ». Il a été mis en place par le gouvernement britannique le 22 avril 2009[1]. Les citoyens… …

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  • 173home scrap — Metall. scrap steel reprocessed in the steel mill in which it was produced. * * * …

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  • 174not make a scrap of difference — informal to not change anything, even in a very small way You can appeal if you like, but it won t make a scrap of difference …

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  • 175foundry scrap — noun : iron scrap 2 …

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  • 176fish scrap — noun see fish pomace * * * fish scrap, = fish pomace. (Cf. ↑fish pomace) …

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  • 177fish-scrap — fishˈ scrap noun Fish or fishskins from which oil or glue has been extracted • • • Main Entry: ↑fish …

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  • 178sky|scrap|er — «SKY SKRAY puhr», noun. a very tall building: »New York is famous for its skyscrapers. Where did the skyscraper get its name? From the topmost sail of the clipper ships, according to Lewis Mumford (New York Times) …

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  • 179sky|scrap|ing — «SKY SKRAY pihng», adjective. very high; lofty: »skyscraping towers …

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  • 180fish scrap — fish remains after oil has been extracted; often used as fertiliser. Also called fish pomace, fish waste …

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