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Scrub

A slightly disrespectful term for a new or inexperienced employee.
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Our volunteers go out to ensure scrubby areas remain untouched and litter-free and create log attachments to trees.
I watched a fellow late-season hunter step from the logging road into the scrubby field that moments ago had seemed so promising.
Celebrated as "the never-before-seen two-sided clean," the unique design of Duo boasts a flexible cleanser encapsulated by a two-sided cleaning implement --one side is smooth to soften and condition skin, while the other is scrubby to exfoliate and renew skin surfaces.
The smooth side is designed to soften and condition skin, while the scrubby side is applied to exfoliate and renew the skin.
I'm very excited for Rowena to know about this book and get her scrubby paws on it.
A storm shipwrecks him on an island which is home to a macaw called Mak (David Howard) and his friends - chameleon Carmello (Colin Metzger), kingfisher Kiki (Lindsay Torrance), and old goat Scrubby (Joey Camen).
Approximately 103 acres are scheduled to be roller chopped in 2016 (see attached photos); the area to be chopped is primarily wet and mesic flatwoods with some drier scrubby flatwood inclusions.
The pads' dual-sided technology has one side with an activated cleanser and the other with a scrubby texture for gentle exfoliation that lifts and traps dead skin cells.
Notable features include a cavernous two-story living room with hand-stenciled Pecky Cypress ceiling, a colossal eat-in kitchen with barrel-vaulted Chicago brick ceiling, a mosaic-tiled swimming pool, 150 feet of waterway frontage with private dock, and a boardwalk that meanders through scrubby dunes to the beach.
Scrog' is an alternative spelling of 'shrogg' and both words refer to patches of scrubby woodland.
Artificial grass is almost maintenance free (just sweep now and then), and it never goes brown and scrubby.
It changed character on every corner, beginning as a makeshift track dissecting the scrubby, sheep-filled fields beyond our house, and when it reached our gate a slightly more substantial thoroughfare emerged.