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crop

1. short for riding crop
2. 
a. a pouchlike expanded part of the oesophagus of birds, in which food is stored or partially digested before passing on to the gizzard
b. a similar structure in insects, earthworms, and other invertebrates

crop

[kräp]
(agriculture)
A plant or animal grown for its commercial value.
(metallurgy)
Defective end portion of an ingot which is removed for scrap before rolling the ingot.
(vertebrate zoology)
A distensible saccular diverticulum near the lower end of the esophagus of birds which serves to hold and soften food before passage into the stomach.

crop, crope

A bunch of foliage worked or sculptured at the top of a spire, finial, or similar decorative member, and having a resemblance to the top of a plant.

crop

To remove parts of a digital image or physical photo to retain a smaller section of the original. Cropping a digital image is performed by a function in every image or photo editing program. It does not reduce the resolution; it removes part of the image. Cropping a physical photo means cutting part of it away.
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The bill suggests that LBAM could have a "minimum potential impact of $133 million to only four of the potentially impacted crops (apples, pears, oranges and grapes), and environmental impact from increased pesticide use.
However, those reduced prices may only offer a temporary respite with food price inflation expected to pick up over the coming months after the severe flooding in July impacted crops in the UK and as the global wheat crisis continues to put pressure on animal feeds and cereal prices.
The 1993 floods impacted crops, businesses, livestock, wildlife, and trees.