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scrap·ing

(skrāp'ing),
A specimen scraped from a lesion or specific site, for cytologic examination.
See also: smear.
Synonym(s): scrape

scrape

Abrasion, see there.

scrape

(skrāp)
To remove from the surface with a scalpel or other edged instrument.
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Visual cues like rubs and scrapes alert bucks to the fact that the rut is around the corner and, I'd argue, spurs bucks to rub and scrape themselves, even if the actual rut is still some distance off.
20 an excellent time to move cameras over scrapes. And though I am not a regular user of deer urine while in the treestand, I do use scent drippers over scrapes and have seen great results.
She added that in the process, the complainant identified the iron scrape and invited the police, who arrested the two.
Tint World(R) customers will now be able to acquire Scrape Armor.
A scrape, he said, is made when a buck clears out an area on the ground, usually under an overhanging branch.
SCRAPE CYTOLOGY: It is a simple & harmless procedure, which is a controversial technique according to its real validity in oral pathologies.
This study is undertaken with the aim that scrape cytology is a rapid, simple and easy technique for tissue diagnosis.
If no asbestos danger is present, the best way to remove sticky adhesive is to scrape it off.
And it makes sense for catfish to have bendable teeth, as they scrape food off rocks and other hard surfaces with their mouths - a habit that could easily break rigid teeth.
"A hunter will have better luck in the pre-rut using a buck scent, since dominant bucks are checking scrape lines and getting territorial," he says.
He also gave information during investigation about another godown full of stolen 400 ton of scrape.