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crud

Slang
an undesirable residue from a process, esp one inside a nuclear reactor

CRUD

(Create, Retrieve (or Read), Update, Delete) The basic processes that are applied to data.
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It shoots clean, is consistent and reliable with a variety of ignition methods, and does not produce the crud ring.
From time to time I will also use some 0000 steel wool or Scotch-Brite pads to help with hardened crud.
With this technology, 80-90% of crud deposits are removed with no damage to the integrity of fuel.
They warmed to the repeated, nasty scenes of scape-goating and didn't seem to mind the uncomical act of picking crud out of underwear, or the sudden show of breasts, flashed the way a tipsy 12-year-old might.
The abundance of works ranging from 1970s-type homespun stuff (felt banners, clay sculptures, very awkward drawings, virtually scribbles) to many species of eldritch crud counters his reception in the US as, pretty much, a highly marketable new German painter.
You're bugging the crud outta your friends trying to decode staff like, "Did be wink at me or does he have an eye tic?
But then ninety percent of everything is crud, and it's the 10 percent that isn't crud that is important.
Ordinarily, heavy machinery, electrical components and control panels in a mine or paper mill, encrusted with dust, dirt and all manner of crud would likely never undergo a thorough scrubbing.
The CRUD matrix, which stands for CREATE, READ, UPDATE, DELETE, examined the interaction of data and process.
He has already paid pounds 150,000 for Tracey Emin's unmade bed, complete with crumpled sheets, dirty knickers and other crud.
The other two CDs begin clumsily, then bypass camp into crud.