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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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Luton soared into a 3-0 lead after just 23 minutes, but Darrell Clark and Paul Robinson scraped back two for Hartlepool .
In my job, you have to have your hair out of the way, so long hair was always scraped back in a ponytail -.
The Hawaiian beauty completed her look with a pair of lace-up ankle boots, flawless make-up and hair scraped back off her face.
Dressed in a black blouse and black trousers with her blonde hair scraped back, Smith spoke only to confirm her name and respond to the six charges.
female: 60yrs - 65yrs, old face with very wrinkled, sun damaged skin, dark hair with grey strands scraped back into a bun.
When I am a soldier I have my hair scraped back and no make-up.
She had her hair scraped back at the sides with a side ponytail with a high quiff at the front.
Wearing a black tracksuit and with her hair scraped back, Wayne Rooney's fiancee was spotted laden with bags of posh treats outside her local branch in Wilmslow, Cheshire.
With red hair extensions scraped back across her head and drinking through a straw from a fast-food outlet cup, the 49-year-old mum of three looked nothing like a leading lady.
Ashley lowered his book and looked across at the girl who had noisily scraped back her chair and was staring behind her with an uncharacteristic look of venom on her face.
This is not on the same scale by any stretch of the imagination but I was in the steam room at my gym during my week off, no make-up, hair scraped back and generally not looking very glam.
Russell Goodway was a relieved man as he scraped back into Ely, but that will have been tempered by the loss of so many close allies, and, it appears, Labour's mandate to lead the council.