non-standing debris less than 6 in (15 mm) in diameter left after right-of-way clearing operations.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
slash (verb)
intransitive verb
transitive verb
to lash out, cut, or thrash about with or as if with an edged blade
1.
to cut with or as if with rough sweeping strokes
2.
- cane lash
3.
to cut slits in (as a garment) so as to reveal a color beneath
4.
to criticize cuttingly
5.
to reduce sharply - cut
slash (noun)
1.
the act of - slashing , also a long cut or stroke made by or as if by slashing
2.
an ornamental slit in a garment
3.
a) an open tract in a forest strewn with debris (as from logging)
b) the debris in such a tract
4.
a mark / used typically to denote "or" (as in ), "and or" (as in ), or "per" (as in ) - and/or straggler/deserter feet/second called also diagonal slant solidus virgule
slash (noun)
a low swampy area often overgrown with brush
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