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Synonyms for discard

to let go or get rid of as being useless or defective, for example

Synonyms for discard

anything that is cast aside or discarded

(cards) the act of throwing out a useless card or of failing to follow suit

getting rid something that is regarded as useless or undesirable

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Commenting on the next phase of the discard ban, Fisheries Minister George Eustice said: The UK is leading the way in championing sustainable fishing, and the latest phase of the discard ban will help put an end to the wasteful practice of throwing fish back, dead, overboard.
federal fisheries management, National Standard 9 of the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (MSFCMA, 2007) mandates that bycatch and discard mortality be minimized to the lowest "extent practicable.
The focus of discussions centred on the details of implementing a discard ban.
From January first, 2017 discard will be phased out in the Mediterranean, in the Blac Sea and in all EU waters and non-EU waters, noted a statement issued by the ministers.
It is now 2013 , two years since, and it might take until 2018 to implement the banning of discards of cod and haddock.
EU Fisheries Commissioner Maria Damanaki has hailed an important initial victory in her plan to force a ban on discards as part of the CFP reforms.
The House of Representatives has passed a bill that would hold the central government responsible for finding a way to discard high-level radioactive waste from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant that suffered damaged following the nation's March earthquake and tsunami.
The author explores a number of aspects of discard behaviors and the cultural processes contributing to the spatial patterns of discard areas; the historical, economic, and technological causes of abandonment; and archaeological remnants of such historic events and human activities.
To make the Dressing: Remove and discard the seeds from the chile peppers.
Before the documentation completion date, auditors can add information and replace, delete or discard superseded audit documentation.
However, although our automated systems may not be smart enough to recognize every needle they are smart enough to discard much of the hay.
Records stretching back 30 years indicate a tricky problem for marine conservation: When fishing vessels discard less fish-waste material, scavenging seabirds called great skuas attack and kill more neighboring seabirds.
Q If you have a PT only to draw, and are using plastic tubes, what do you use as a discard tube since the red-stopper tube cannot be used?
PanSaver pan liners make cleanup faster and easier: Users simply discard the pan liner and rinse and sterilize the pan.