waste basket


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Noun1.waste basket - a container with an open topwaste basket - a container with an open top; for discarded paper and other rubbish
container - any object that can be used to hold things (especially a large metal boxlike object of standardized dimensions that can be loaded from one form of transport to another)
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Had I wanted, I could have torn your muscles out of your arms and thrown them in the waste basket there.
Any policy which does not empower the people ought to be thrown to the waste basket immediately'', he said .
When the Hudaiybia case was thrown into a waste basket then how the Panama Papers case was decided, he asked.
Usually, especially tactically, it isn't nice if a manager of an opponent changes shortly before you play them because usually then you can put all your tactics in the waste basket," the German said.
It's not true that the President threw into the waste basket or ripped up the arbitration award,' Cayetano said.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Up to five suspicious devices were found in a backpack in a waste basket in New Jersey, one of which exploded as bomb experts dealt with it, media and the local mayor said on Monday.
ALL this concern about the plight of refugees, migrants, fleeing 'war-torn' regimes, plus the idiotic policy of 'open borders', should either be dropped in the waste basket or held of little importance by our representatives.
Heeding a call by local anti-dumping campaigners, thousands flocked into the tent in Abboudiyyeh in order to sign a petition calling for developing Akkar instead of turning it into Lebanon's waste basket as they said.
A PROBE has been launched into claims a nurse used a syringe from a waste basket to administer vaccine to a child.
She later travelled to give a lecture at the Ohio Theatre and the website said the napkin was "retrieved from Mrs Thatcher's waste basket in her dressing room by a theatre employee".
The ECO Battery Bin[TM] promotes higher yearly recycling rates for households and workplaces by providing a convenient place to drop off used batteries, reducing the tendency to illegally discard them in the waste basket.
He looked under the newspaper on the kitchen table, in his box of Silly Cinnamon Cereal, in the banana peel in the waste basket, in the fruit bowl on the counter, in every drawer, and on every shelf in the refrigerator, and even in the dishwasher.