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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
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scrape

Abrasion, see there.
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scrape

(skrāp)
To remove from the surface with a scalpel or other edged instrument.
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In addition to his savings, Wilson, along with his partners Harrison and Dan Woolsey, was able to scrape together an additional $25,000 through family and friends.
Our congregation celebrates it with a few other neighboring parishes, so we scrape together a quorum.
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At any one time there are 500 people, on average, being held in jungle hideouts while their families or employers try to scrape together the ransom for their release.
"People that four or five years ago could afford to buy new cars now can only scrape together enough for repairs," says Pierotti.
In 1784, English Captain Richard Bolitho takes charge of the frigate Undine, collects what crew he can scrape together, and sets off on a secret assignment to India and the East Indies.
21 that Ahmed's family was able to scrape together the $5,000 needed to bail him out.
In all, the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission figures it will be able to scrape together another 30,000 numbers through the process in the 219 area.
One subscriber managed to scrape together'' $100, reports managing director Donna Parrone, who considers that contribution "more touching than one from somebody who can write a check for 10 times that much."
Hennessy had a choice: He and his pals could scrape together shows for Theater Artaud (a mid-sized theater in San Francisco) and lose $5,000, or they could go to Europe and actually get paid.
The tome has been bought for 100 years by every architectural student who could posssibly scrape together the shillings.