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crud

(krŭd)
n.
1. Slang
a. A coating or an incrustation of filth or refuse.
b. Something loathsome, despicable, or worthless.
c. One who is contemptible or disgusting.
2. A disease or ailment, imaginary or real, especially one affecting the skin.
3. Sports Heavy, sticky snow that is unsuitable for skiing.
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The CRUD matrix in its traditional ISP use compares functions to entities.
Clean from chamber to muzzle to keep flushed crud out of the action, trigger and gas assemblies.
Crud is made up of organic, aqueous, and solid phases, and is often found to distribute itself randomly throughout the separating phases.
This will prevent a buildup of dirt, crud and corrosion.
Once all the loose crud is wiped out (use Q-tips too), run a dry brush through the bore and chamber, then run a solvent patch through it and put it down.
Storm in a Teacup will be held at the School hall in Ysgol Crud y Werin, Aberdaron on Tuesday, July 5, at 6pm.
Once you get the crud off, rinse the parts with lukewarm tap water.
That crud can keep the access plate from fastening properly.
The 37-year-old is one of two people to be questioned by police about the aggravated burglary in Crud Y Castell, Denbigh.
Unlike the deal where marketers take the cool old thing and replace it with a non-working piece of crud, Springfield still makes the original XD pistol so all of us, regardless of experience or regulation, have the choice of which rendition of the pistol we want to use.
It was head and shoulders above every other mainstream comedy and will only seem greater as the years of My Family-type crud continue.
ALL this crud about what should be included on the cap badge of the new Northern Ireland Police Service exemplifies the sort of thing that is wrong in the North.