the junk.

the junk.

verb
See junk
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"Now get aboard, four of you," I said in a loud voice, indicating with my fingers that four of them were to go with me and the fifth was to remain by the junk. The Yellow Handkerchief hesitated; but I repeated the order fiercely (much more fiercely than I felt), at the same time sending my hand to my hip.
"This cheapness is explicable on the supposition that the government hands over the wood free of cost, as is stated, to the Provisional authorities who have to find the carpenters and other labor necessary for the constructions of the junks; so that the moderate sums mentioned probably only represent a small portion of the amount actually expended; because the lumber used up to build one of those junks, if sold in the Shanghai market, for instance, would probably fetch more than the nominal cost of the junk."
At the default settings, the WELL's implementation catches about two-thirds of the junk. It's not enough: WELL accounts tend to attract a lot of spam even if they haven't been used outside the WELL itself.
After filling in the forms sent out to your home, it takes up to a month to stop the junk.