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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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As it scraped along the highway, the patients fell down on the open windows that were scraping along the highway and it just took off their skin and limbs and joints."
People fell down on the open windows that were scraping along the highway and it just took off their skin and limbs and joints."
As the bus scraped along the highway, the patients fell down on the open windows that were scraping along the highway and it just took off their skin and limbs and joints.'
Nor do I want to see Wales being denuded of its natural resources without receiving any return, or just scraping along with diminishing crumbs from the rich man's table.
"That's why our economy is scraping along the bottom."
From the workers made redundant because of their bosses' mismanagement to the single mothers and elderly folk scraping along on reduced benefits, we can all feel the undiagnosed pain of the midfielder.
The thief drove off with the water pump still hanging from the back of the vehicle and it was seen scraping along the road causing sparks to fly.