The gear at St Helens was sold for scrap in 1900.
He made his first model out of scrap in his garage.
Money could be saved by saving many shafts from the scrap bin.
Of the few that were built, many went to scrap to aid the war effort.
He is always ready to examine, scrap or revise established theories and practices.
The value of the scrap lead and steel was well in excess of the costs of recovery.
Gas burners may be used to assist with the melt down of the scrap pile in the furnace.
So there are no savings to be had from salvaging oversize or undersize parts from scrap, then.
Closed after the end of hostilities of World War I, she was sold for scrap and broken up in 1919.
The scrap metal is ground up, mechanically sorted by density and magnetism, then sold to the trade.
For an example of an accident involving radioactive scrap originating from a hospital see the Goiânia accident.
In early 2011, the Parliament voted to scrap one of the Strasbourg sessions by holding two within a single week.
As it was designed specifically for the Japanese market, Boeing would likely scrap it after they switched orders.
On 1 November 2015, Scottish Labour Party delegates backed a vote to scrap the UK's Trident nuclear missile system.
At foundries it was common to blend scrap wrought iron with cast iron to improve the physical properties of castings.
Electric arc furnace steelmaking is the manufacture of steel from scrap or direct reduced iron melted by electric arcs.
There was much discussion about what to do with the WEU following the introduction of Lisbon, including plans to scrap it.
Shipping movements varying from a couple of movements to 10 or 12 per tide, with trade in timber, oil, scrap and containers.
This offered Island residents a season ticket of bus journeys for use in the next twelve months if they agreed to scrap their car.
Some primary production plants now supplement their operations with scrap lead, and this trend is likely to increase in the future.