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clean refuse from

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collect discarded or refused material

feed on carrion or refuse

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remove unwanted substances from

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Lastly, in both studies, feeding on dead prey may not indicate that recluses necessarily scavenge in the wild.
The GLA said 40 Bulgarian workers had to scavenge for food in the fields where they worked because Cornwall-based Baltic Work Team Ltd had not paid them.
CDW/CDF1 to CDF4 exhibited equivalent ability to scavenge the nitric oxide and the I[C.
It also is said to have an unusual ability to scavenge sulfur in a compound.
In conjunction with industry representatives, NGML researchers identified two major unaddressed issues that confront engine system designers and operators regarding engine air flow management: 1) how to identify which turbocharger compressor, diffuser, turbine blade set, and nozzle ring will work on which engine; and 2) how to determine the extent to which an engine utilizes air to scavenge exhaust products out of the cylinder.
Thus, the most likely explanation for the current findings is that melatonin's effects were a consequence of its ability to scavenge the *OH and possibly also [H.
Scavenging films that use iron in the coating can look discolored, and the only way to get iron to scavenge is with moisture, so that often limits processors to packing products that have free water," says Chip Cook, director of business development with Cryovac North America, Duncan, S.
The activity is based on the measurement of absorbance at 734 nm, obtained as a result of antioxidant ability of sample to scavenge ABTS radical cation.
Second, during transects we also regularly encountered desert iguanas (Dipsosaurus dorsalis) which occasionally scavenge carrion (Norris, 1953).
Literally, to scavenge through someone's trash is just unsightly.
In Europe, for instance, Wolves are known to prey and scavenge on European Bison (Bison bonasus) in the Bialowieza Forest, Poland, where both species have co-existed since the 1920s (Jedrzejewski and others 2002; Selva and others 2003).
Antioxidants are both natural and synthetic compounds, able to scavenge free radicals and to inhibit oxidation processes [7].
Several studies have shown that plant derived antioxidant nutraceuticals scavenge free radicals and modulate oxidative stress-related degenerative effects [8].
These antioxidants eliminate pro oxidants and scavenge free radicals (Arouma, 1996).