(1) Such numbers, of course, include a huge amount of dross .(2) It's light-hearted fun in another week of undistinguished dross .(3) Secondary smelting is a related process used to recover nonferrous metals and alloys from new and used scrap and dross .(4) Having recently renewed my subscription to Crikey (rather reluctantly), I was thinking as I read through today's dross that it is finally time to quit and ask for a refund.(5) We briefly considered handing in our resignations, but then we shrugged our shoulders and got back to the business of turning this dross into something that could be published less than 24 hours later.(6) there are bargains if you have the patience to sift through the dross(7) It was a movie far ahead of its time and very different mind-fodder from most of the unmemorable gloss and dross that came out of Hollywood that year.(8) The artists of today are largely putting out dross about themselves or their petty lives under the guise of ├ö├ç├┐important comment├ö├ç├û for whatever group they may be targeting.(9) The burgeoning multitude of reality TV programmes drives me to distraction and is a deterrent to buying services that provide even more channels dispensing the same kind of dross .(10) See this and then ponder how on earth the US box office managed to generate $16 million in a single weekend from such dross .(11) Her adventures as junior PI, the well-written dialogue and storylines apparently mark the series out from the usual teenage dross that populates our screens.(12) It's been downright merciless, transforming a highly regarded play about four desperate lives in 1950s New York into painfully embarrassing dross .(13) Only objective properties really exist - all else is dross .(14) Blast furnaces are used to recycle slag, dross , and residues from other processes.(15) There is so much out there - much of it impenetrable dross .(16) This man makes a living out of writing this dross ?