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coarse

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

coarse

[kȯrs]
(materials)
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Their coarse, dark, heavy features; their great eyes, rolling enviously on each other; their barbarous, guttural, half-brute intonation; their dilapidated garments fluttering in the wind,--were all in admirable keeping with the vile and unwholesome character of everything about the place.
said Quimbo, throwing down a coarse bag, which contained a peck of corn; "thar, nigger, grab, take car on 't,--yo won't get no more, dis yer week.
She gave me a triumphant glance in passing me, as if she rejoiced that my hands were so coarse and my boots were so thick, and she opened the gate, and stood holding it.
Even the smallest stream is closed to coarse fishing during the three months and Environment Agency officers check all waters tomakesure the close season is observed.
Results are presented from early phosphate studies in 1997 to more recent sulfide evaluations, which have shown that as little as 1% surface expression is required for nearly complete recovery of coarse particles.
Coarse fishing will still be allowed on many lakes, reservoirs, ponds and canals, depending on landowner agreement, though a valid rod licence is still required.
However, the current testing methods are empirical and time-consuming in assessing the angularity of coarse aggregate.
Conversely, few studies have assessed the CV responses induced by coarse CAP (Gong et al.
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.
Peter Mischenko, Environment Agency fisheries officer, said: "The river close season for coarse fishing is important.
The objective of the research is to test a set of textile scutching and carding machines on coarse and semi-coarse sheep wool to assess the possibilities of getting down fibers dehaired from coarse fiber types.