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coarse

1. (of a metal) not refined
2. (of a screw) having widely spaced threads

coarse

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(materials)
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Yet she was meanly dressed, a coarse blue petticoat and a linen jacket being her only garb; her fair hair was plaited but not adorned: she looked patient yet sad.
In the little valleys, which, in the regular formation of the land, occurred at every mile of their progress, the view was bounded, on two of the sides, by the gradual and low elevations, which gave name to the description of prairie we have mentioned; while on the others, the meagre prospect ran off in long, narrow, barren perspectives, but slightly relieved by a pitiful show of coarse, though somewhat luxuriant vegetation.
In this section, we develop a theory to demonstrate that, under appropriate conditions, general independent set-based algorithms produce identical coarse grids.
Estimating the acute health effects of coarse particulate matter accounting for exposure measurement error.
The coarse grain harvest will be 28 percent larger in the United States, the top grower that last year had its worst drought since the 1930s.
From October 1 on Mondays through to Fridays a pounds 10 coarse ticket will now be available to fish Fontburn, and from November 1 the coarse ticket will be extended to seven days a week.
Peter Mischenko, Environment Agency fisheries officer, said: "The river close season for coarse fishing is important.
The slow down in total consumption of coarse grains is attributed to weaker demand from the livestock sector along with a slower increase in the use of grains for the production of ethanol, the FAO said.
uk The proposals covering the removal of coarse fish apply only to unenclosed waters (rivers, streams and drains) and include all coarse fish, including grayling which are often taking for eating from game fishing rivers.
Andrew and Liz Jackson created their first coarse pond at Orchill Fishery, near Gleneagles, in 2007, and the completion of a simulated section of canal means there are now about 100 pegs available, providing plenty of space for both match and pleasure anglers.
Another consideration with this option is the available market for higher strength coarse CCA for use as fill material as this might prove to be a profitable use for the concrete producer.