Definitions for "Scraping"
Resembling the act of, or the effect produced by, one who, or that which, scrapes; as, a scraping noise; a scraping miser.
a harsh noise made by scraping; "the scrape of violin bows distracted her"
a deep bow with the foot drawn backwards (indicating excessive humility); "all that bowing and scraping did not impress him"
Keywords:  rss, feed, tailor, analyzing, doesn't
Content produced in HTML format can be converted into RSS by a process known as 'scraping'. Scrapers attempt to automatically identify items suitable for RSS by analyzing the markup on a web page. Feeds produced in this way tend to be of lower quality than those tailor made by other means, although scraping can be enhanced by the use of special HTML tags designed to assist scraping programs
Scraping refers to creating an RSS feed for a website that doesn't provide one itself (think of scraping the text off of the page).
In intaglio, a process for making changes In the plate by scraping the metal with a wedge-shaped tool below the level of the incised line so that the scraped area does not hold ink. The surface is then smoothed and polished with a burnisher. In lithography, the process of scraping away tusche or asphaltum with a razor to make a corrections or to create an image in maniere noire.
(also called Glassing) Trimming off excess leather by scraping it with the edges of a small piece of broken glass, or with a sharp knife. This is usually done with heel or outer sole edges after shaping them with a knife or rasp. [Devlin, 1840] Scraping the grain of leather that is intended to be layered will help keep the layers from squeaking.
The use of a serrated edge to decorate dry clay.
The easiest and safest of all lathe turning cuts in which the chisel is usually held perpendicular to the workpiece and fed slowly into the rotating stock. Although the gradual easing of the chisel into the stock during scraping produces the least gouges and errors, a finished turning that has been scraped will require more sanding than one that has been sheared.
The process of making abrasions or grinding into the wood as it turns.
Also called Jenkins Creekers and bar cats. Illegal method of crabbing where a large net pulled behind a workboat scrapes up crabs and everything else from the bottom
Something scraped off; that which is separated from a substance, or is collected by scraping; as, the scraping of the street.
(usually plural) a fragment scraped off of something and collected; "they collected blood scrapings for analysis"
Keywords:  cervical, canal, taking, cells, your
taking cells from your cervical canal
Keywords:  proper, even, reducing, act, means
The act of scraping; the act or process of making even, or reducing to the proper form, by means of a scraper.