Debris

Debris or débris (: /ˈdɛbriː/ or /ˈdeɪbriː/; : /dɨˈbriː/) is rubble, wreckage, ruins, litter and discarded garbage/refuse/trash, scattered remains of something destroyed, or, in geology, large rock fragments left by a melting glacier etc. Depending on context, debris can refer to a number of different things.

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Debris - Culinary
... In South Louisiana's Creole and Cajun cultures, debris (pronounced "DAY-bree") refers to chopped roast beef ... tourists are often taken aback to hear a customer in a diner order a "debris po-boy"—that is, a submarine sandwich made of shredded beef or chicken ...
Behind-armor Debris
... Behind-armor debris is debris particles eroded from the penetrator of armor as well as spalled material ejected from the target itself ... Behind-armor debris characterisctics can be described by the number, position, and size range of debris particles ...
Leslie Fox (GC) - George Cross Citation
... Cries were heard from under the debris and Fox, without thought for himself, immediately began to tunnel his way through the blazing ruins ... Debris passed back by Fox was often too hot to handle and his men continually sprayed him with water in an endeavour to keep down the almost intolerable heat from the flames ... After a further two hours' work he had tunnelled 15 feet and was able to clear debris away from the head of the casualty and cover him with some sort of protection ...
Stairwell A - Aftermath - Cleanup
... The large pile of debris left on the site burned for three months, resisting attempts to extinguish the blaze until the majority of the rubble was finally ... By early November, with a third of the debris removed, officials began to reduce the number of firefighters and police officers assigned to recovering the remains of victims, in order to prioritize the removal of ...
Large Woody Debris
... Large woody debris (LWD) are the logs, sticks, branches, and other wood that falls into streams and rivers ... This debris can influence the flow and the shape of the stream channel ... Large woody debris, grains, and the shape of the bed of the stream are the three main providers of flow resistance, and are thus, a major influence on the shape of the stream channel ...