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residual matter

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a short piece remaining on a trunk or stem where a branch is lost

a small piece

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a torn part of a ticket returned to the holder as a receipt

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the part of a check that is retained as a record

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the small unused part of something (especially the end of a cigarette that is left after smoking)

pull up (weeds) by their roots

extinguish by crushing

clear of weeds by uprooting them

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strike (one's toe) accidentally against an object

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With the US firm's technical assistance, a new stub cleaning technology developed by MetalTech Gulf and manufactured by Lefebvre Engineering in Sharjah, helps aluminium smelters solve one of their operational challenges, optimise power conservation and reduce investment costs.
In these cases, the use of blind vias and buried vias completely eliminates the through-hole via stub, improving the signal integrity of the PCB.
Passenger names on the boarding stubs have to be the same for qualification.
Passengers can redeem their tickets from any Safi Airways office by submitting their boarding stubs and complying with the set terms & conditions," he added.
In order to earn complimentary tickets passengers flying Bahrain Air need only collect seven Bahrain Air boarding pass stubs that they have purchased and flown in their own name, which will entitle them to a one way complimentary ticket.
One AMC Stubs member explained "I usually don't like sports films but this one truly was special.
Please note supporters with stubs must purchase in person at the ticket office.
wholesale distribution through Ingram and Baker & Taylor, and pervasive online availability through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and elsewhere, STUBS meets consumer demand through both retail and library markets with a suggested retail price of $14.
The biggest challenge in eliminating paper checks and pay stubs came in complying with all the relevant state regulations, says Mike Cook, Walmart assistant treasurer and vice president.
The club isn't guaranteeing anything yet and supporters with stubs from the Hull game must go to Ninian Park to buy tickets.
The club is advising non-season card holders to retain their ticket stubs following the fifth round replay against Sheffield United.
This enables staff and visitors to premises to quickly and easily dispose of their cigarette stubs through one of the top openings and, because this won't easily accept other waste, the risk of fires and the unattractive look of an open ashtray can be avoided.
Comparing the two figures, one can see that via stubs introduce horizontal pedestals in the logic 0 to 1 and logic 1 to 0 transitions.
I also eradicated the stout suckers and saplings of a Siberian elm by pouring the product directly onto their stubs and into cuts I made in their woody roots.
A complete set of stubs from the 1966 England world cup sold for pounds 5,000 recently.