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To kill (animals etc)
To pick someone or something
A fool, gullible person; a dupe

Follow but my counsel, and I will show you a way to empty the pocket of a queer cull without any danger of the nubbing cheat.

To take someone or something (from somewhere)
An organised killing of selected animals
A selection
To select animals from a group and then kill them in order to reduce the numbers of the group in a controlled manner
to pick or sort out from the rest
{v} to select from others, pick out, choose
To kill animals
- To remove poor and defective logs or lumber from a pile These logs were called "cull logs" and the lumber "cull lumber"
a coin worn almost completely smooth
A cully; a dupe; a gull
Portions of a tree that are unusable for wood products due to cubic-foot volume loss (e g , rotten/missing bole sections, dead material bole sections) or severe form-defect volume loss (e g , severe crook, sweep, forking)
The term for a lobster with one claw
a lobster with one or no claws Normally sold at a lower price
To cull animals means to kill the weaker animals in a group in order to reduce their numbers. To save remaining herds and habitat, the national parks department is planning to cull 2000 elephants. Cull is also a noun. In the reserves of Zimbabwe and South Africa, annual culls are already routine. + culling cull·ing The culling of seal cubs has led to an outcry from environmental groups. the act of killing the weakest animals in a group, especially so that the size of the group does not increase too much
remove something that has been rejected; "cull the sick members of the herd"
Product rejected because of inferior quality
Net volume of rough and rotten trees plus the nongrowing stock portions of growing stock trees (stumps, tops, limbs, cull section of central stem)
A tree or log which does not meet merchantable specifications
the person or thing rejected or set aside as inferior in quality remove something that has been rejected; "cull the sick members of the herd
A coin that is worn to the point of being barely identifiable, and/or damaged
a tree or log of merchantable size made useless for all but firewood because of shape, disease, insect infestation or injury
Any item of production picked out for rejection because it does not meet certain specifications Chip culls and utility culls are specifically defined for purposes of log grading by percentage of sound wood content
Eliminates all geometries out of view from rendering
To pick something
To select animals from a group and kill them in order to reduce the numbers of the group in a controlled way
trees or logs or portions thereof that are of merchantable size but are rendered unmerchantable by defects
Portions of a tree that are unusable for industrial wood products because of rot, form, missing, or dead material, or other defect
{i} act of separating; animals chosen to be butchered
If items or ideas are culled from a particular source or number of sources, they are taken and gathered together. All this, needless to say, had been culled second-hand from radio reports Laura was passing around photographs she'd culled from the albums at home
{f} choose, select; sift, separate
To separate, select, or pick out; to choose and gather or collect; as, to cull flowers
Trees that have no current or potential commercial value
A tree or log of merchantable size that, because of a defect, is useless for its intended purpose A B C D E F G H I L M O P R S T U V W -D- DBH -- See diameter breast height
In grading lumber or other wood products, pieces or parts thereof, that do not meet the lowest quality standards requirements
look for and gather; "pick mushrooms"; "pick flowers"
To remove dead or unsafe shellstock from a lot of shellstock (3)
A tree of such poor quality that it has no merchantable value in terms of the product being cut However, a timber cull tree may have value for wildlife or aesthetics
the person or thing rejected or set aside as inferior in quality
A coin that is extremely worn and/or damaged
To take something (from somewhere)
cull out
select from a group; "cull out the interesting letters from the poet's correspondence
Present participle of cull
The process of selecting for acceptance or removal
The act of culling
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cull
a male homosexual
past of cull
{s} picked; selected from many
Quality control of young fishes by discarding the weaker, inferior, and deformed specimens
The act of one who culls
Ignoring hidden image data to reduce the amount of time required to render a model
The removal of non-archival material from file units during the processing of a series The documents removed may be returned to the donor, donated to another archival institution, or destroyed
Selective removal of animals for conservation purposes so other species can have food Scientifically debatable process
Discarding database objects that are not visible Usually this refers to discarding objects located outside the current viewing frustum This is done by comparing the bounding volume of these database objects with the six planes that bound the frustum Objects completely outside may be safely discarded See also occlusion culling
Removing, from the processing pipeline to spare unneeded work, complete objects and surfaces which are completely hidden by other objects, or are facing away from the viewer (i e Backface culling)
Anything separated or selected from a mass
Any refuse stuff
Third-person singular in the present tense of to cull
Any refuse stuff, as rolls not properly baked
Refuse timber, from which the best part has been culled out