Nothing had come of it; and, as I tell you, she died with the scrap
of paper, all worn and tattered, in her hand.
Sometimes, I make them of scraps
of oak, that turn up here and there; sometimes of bits of coffins which the vaults have long preserved.
He was forty-five then and already he had begun the practice of filling his pock- ets with the scraps
of paper that became hard balls and were thrown away.
If you don't, there will be more scraps
than you will like," cried Margolotte, angrily.
So strong was the play-instinct in him, as well as was his constitution strong, that he continually outplayed Scraps
to abject weariness, so that he could only lie on the deck and pant and laugh through air-draughty lips and dab futilely in the air with weak forepaws at Michael's continued ferocious-acted onslaughts.
If ever you should have any scraps for the Bete du Bon Dieu--?
Here, Mother Angenoux, here are some scraps for your cat.
We have been seeing a temporary slowdown of demand for titanium and nickel alloy scrap
solely because of the inability of Boeing to ramp up production of the 787 and Airbus' technical problems for the A-380.
South Carolina, North Carolina and Maine lead the nation in a performance ranking of dealing with scrap
But the global commodities markets that underlie the prices being paid for scrap
steel, copper and aluminum can be fickle beasts.
Also systems for recycling scrap
into blown film, pipe, or profile.
The Emergency Steel Scrap
Coalition and the Institute of Scrap
Recycling Industries Inc.
53 million tons of scrap
iron and steel -- enough to make at least 500 million refrigerators or build 7,000 Eiffel Towers;
In 2004, AMM initiated a Strategic Scrap
Supplier Program to ensure future scrap
volume and quality requirements for Alcoa's businesses.
He gathered scrap
on evenings and weekends for 10 or 15 years," he recalls.