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scrape

A slang expression for a property with improvements that should be bulldozed because they detract from the value of the land.Example: “That old shopping center is a scrape.”

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Step 3: Bandages to the rescue Not all scrapes will require a bandage.
Bucks will return to rub lines to freshen them just like scrapes. The old tale of not hunting around tree rubs is wrong, especially just before the peak of the rut.
Visual cues like rubs and scrapes alert bucks to the fact that the rut is around the corner and, I'd argue, spurs bucks to rub and scrape themselves, even if the actual rut is still some distance off.
Khachuyan said he taught Russian journalism students how to scrape the web and that two of them had scraped Facebook for the public profiles of their classmates.
It's also important to limit your human scent when making your mock scrapes and installing and checking your cameras in these locations.
And ahead of shooting SCRAPES: Jeremy in northern France, May fell outside a restaurant and broke his arm.
I'll skip the examples of fantasies passed as facts about scrapes. Let's just say I've hunted scrapes for over 30 years now and have yet to see an estrus doe urinate in one and then hang around the scrape, waiting for Mr.
You'll hear mythology about scrapes, so we went to James Kelly, Assistant Deer Management Program Coordinator for the FWC, to get the real story on scrapes.
First, scout out a few areas where you have seen scrapes in the past or, even better, are already seeing them pop up.
Q: How do I deal with summer's cuts and scrapes, sunburn and prickly heat?
HPV is detected at a very high frequency by PCR (close to 100%) in these kinds of patients taking cervical scrapes as the source of template DNA.
Sports-related injuries such as bruises, scrapes, and broken bones accounted for about one-fifth of hospital emergency department visits for children aged 5-17 in 2006, according to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.