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crumb

(data, jargon)
(Or tayste /tayst/) Silly suggested term for two binary digits.

The term "quarter" has also been suggested, referring to the US 25-cent coin. This was once equal in value to two of the eight "bits" - pie-slice-shaped "pieces of eight" - into which Spanish silver crowns were cut to make change.
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Crumb rubber product is popular because it is able to absorb impact.
The crumb rubber material consists of chopped or ground up tire bits, so the material itself is likely no more dangerous than a tire itself.
Materials commonly used in artificial athletic fields include crumb rubber, small rubber pellets made from recycled tires (Claudio 2008; Beausoleil et al.
Crumb rubber and crumb rubber tiles, meanwhile, are ideal for flooring applications such as running tracks, grass-surfaced playing areas, miniature golf courses, and artificial turf infill in local schools, parks, and athletics facilities.
In early this year, the government issued a new DNI closing crumb rubber industry to PMA.
According to Bee'ah, the crumb rubber made from recycled tyres is a better and greener alternative to the synthetic material that is generally used to build tracks.
The aim of the work is to evaluate the possibilities for the application of different-particle scrap-tire crumb rubber in noise-suppression structures in order to tackle two priority environmental problems: reduction of the amount of scrap-tires and increased noise level in the environment.
Markets for crumb rubber include asphalt modifications, molded products, sports surfacing, construction applications and animal bedding.
Some collected tires will be converted into crumb rubber for playground surfaces, running tracks, artificial turf surfaces and rubber-modified asphalt.
Crumb rubber is produced by chopping and grinding up waste tires to a desired size, cleaning the rubber, and removing any metal particles.
The facility will install three manufacturing lines, each capable of processing 30 million pounds of crumb rubber per year, according to the report.
The literature available on the safety and risk of exposure to crumb rubber constituents was limited and revealed no information quantifying exposures associated with product use.