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waster

an article spoiled in manufacture

second

A unit of secondary quality or one not meeting specified dimensions; a cull.
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General fund -reclamation and clearance of existing municipal solid waster at dumping yard (gargeyapuram) at right side area (near transformer area)
The Little Waster, stand-up comedian Bobby Thompson
O'Connor had lost his way somewhat until Hibs boss Colin Calderwood swooped to bring him back to Leith in the summer and skipper Murray said: "You don't get to the places where Gaz has by being a waster.
varieties namely Waster, Abasin-95, Rainbow and shiralee were sown in 23 cm diameter clay pots filled with a mixture of soil and compost (3:1) with neutral in reaction.
I'm from good Scottish stock," said Margaret as waster Wallace was jailed for five years.
A blackwater treatment plant reconditions waster water, electricity is produced on site by micro-turbine co-generation, and photovoltaic panels promote resource conservation.
TO say football legend George Best is a waster is merely stating the obvious.
Company will produce the washer as a self-contained system, or a system using user's hot waster in a clean to drain system.
I hope that the new version of Shameless is different as one of my favourite actors - William H Macy - has signed up to play perennial waster Frank.
He said the amount would be spent on development schemes including provision of potable water, sewerage system, construction of roads and solid waster management.