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discard

Cards a discarded card
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I had had to discard my rifle before I commenced the rapid descent of the cliff, so that now I was armed only with a hunting knife, and this I whipped from its scabbard as Kho leaped toward me.
And eighthly, and last, I would retain ZUG and SCHLAG, with their pendants, and discard the rest of the vocabulary.
They are, therefore, an offense, and should be discarded.
Carthoris also discarded the metal from his harness, or such of it as might serve to identify him as a Heliumite, or of royal blood, for he did not know to what nation belonged this waterway, and upon Mars it is always well to assume every man and nation your enemy until you have learned the contrary.
He discarded Tommy's overalls, resumed his own rightful attire, and turned away from his string of trout with a sigh.
Tom's distress of mind wore off gradually and the toothache grew irksome and was discarded. If Sid really managed to make anything out of Tom's disjointed mutterings, he kept it to him- self.
Models of it were worn on breasts from which the Cross was discarded, and it was bowed down to and believed in where the Cross was denied.
Conversely, once you've cooked the clams, discard those whose shells remain closed.
MINSTER Michael Creed said yesterday a fishing "discard ban" would come into effect on January 1.
Till now, residents had no place to discard their used mobile phones, batteries and electronic items but this will give residents a permanent place to safely discard waste items that can be recycled and reused later.
To get accountability right this time we need to properly decide which tests to keep and which to discard.
[4] Along with this, a protocol for minimizing the discard of blood should be formed to save energy and human and financial resources in the developing countries.