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waster

an article spoiled in manufacture

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A unit of secondary quality or one not meeting specified dimensions; a cull.
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In the States, the Wasters developed an entrenched, clannish mentality.
The webinar, "How To Eliminate The Biggest Time Wasters For Engineers," will be hosted by Siemens on Tuesday, June 21st at 2pm EDT.
Liz Crocker, of Little Wasters, said: "It has helped transform not just a piece of ground but someone's life, which is quite an achievement for a gardening competition.
And they are major time wasters for many people, particularly when there is no agenda or time frame, which means participants can go from one tangent to another with no concrete results.
After his road rage punch-up the Chewin' The Fat star is just the man to sort these wasters out.
SmartFilter Basic adds the ability to filter out unwanted web content such as porn sites or employee time- wasters like ESPN.
Cells in these tissues take in the oxygen and nutrients, and dump wasters like carbon dioxide.
Which brings us to time wasters and abusers, another cadre of networkers dreaded by busy professionals.
The survey questionnaire focused on time wasters and time savers in the physicians' professional and personal lives.
Here are tips on shedding time wasters and beating the clock.
The aim of the competition, run by community group Little Wasters, was to encourage people in the Wingrove area of Newcastle to recycle their rubbish.