TRASH


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AcronymDefinition
TRASHTesting Recall About Strange Happenings
TRASHThree Rivers Alliance of Serious Homebrewers (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
TraSHTransport Layer Seamless Handover
TRASHTubes Rarities and Smash Hits (music album)
TRASHTeens Rejecting Abusive Smoking Habits (Maryland)
References in classic literature ?
Dat truck dah is TRASH; en trash is what people is dat puts dirt on de head er dey fren's en makes 'em ashamed.
My dear Victor, do not waste your time upon this; it is sad trash.
They were trash, he reiterated, and moreover I was young yet .
If the objection were taken that the thing commended was trash, he would reply, on behalf of his art, 'My good fellow, what do we all turn out but trash?
If the sea ever gives up its dead, as books say it will, it will keep its gold and silver to itself, and that trash among it.
he stopped suddenly on the way upstairs to their rooms, "though all my friends there are drunk, yet they are all honest, and though we do talk a lot of trash, and I do, too, yet we shall talk our way to the truth at last, for we are on the right path, while Pyotr Petrovitch .
By joining the movement for Trash Free Seas, volunteers will help clean up trash already in the ocean and work to reduce their own trash impact before it happens.
AAA Trash Be Gone's commercial dumpster rental services will be open to businesses throughout the Buffalo area.
As concern about trash talk has grown, a number of investigators have provided definitions of trash talk.
The cost to the town for trash removal in 1991 (when the Proposition 21/2 override that created curbside pick-up was passed) was $200,000.
The supervisors doubled the amount of trash the landfill can accept daily -- from 6,000 tons to 12,000 tons.
Hawkyard, who had been employed by a large franchise, knew a lot about trash and how to tailor systems to suit his customer's needs.