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scissel

[sis-uh l, siz-] /ˈsɪs əl, ˈsɪz-/
noun
1.
the remains of a strip from which coin blanks have been cut; clippings.
Origin of scissel
1615-1625
1615-25; < French cisaille, noun derivative of cisailler to clip. See chisel
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British Dictionary definitions for scissel

scissel

/ˈsɪsəl/
noun
1.
the waste metal left over from sheet metal after discs have been punched out of it
Word Origin
C19: from French cisaille, from cisailler to clip
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