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coarser

[′kȯrs·ər]
(mathematics)
A partition P of a set is coarser than another partition Q of the same set if each member of Q is a subset of a member of P.
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If you shave your beard or head, the hair comes back faster, thicker, and coarser
The second version is sadder but also coarser in expression and execution.
Thus, an ambient ground minus 80 mesh tire rubber incorporates the inherent properties of the tire rubber into the asphalt cement binder, and generally requires 25% to 35% less rubber versus coarser rubber particles to achieve modified asphalt cement properties.
However, it must be admitted that The Judas Tree does provide a strong and sweaty dramatic role, the Foreman, for both Mukhamedov and, almost equally effective in an even coarser fashion, Solymosi in the second cast.
Obtain garnet or aluminum oxide for the coarser grits.
Before buying the coarser floor coverings, think about how often you walk around barefoot," advises one dealer.
Its end products are a relatively clean, coarser soil fraction and a wash water containing finer soil particles and most of the contaminants.
It's possible that finely ground fiber may not offer the same protection as fiber in its coarser, more natural state.
The aim of the test work was to determine if the sample could upgrade to a +40% pre-concentrate at a coarser grind size of 2mm and 3mm.
The hair on my legs was getting thicker, coarser and darker each time.
The material is coarser than classic football kit material and has been used to create all the new Nike strips for teams including Holland, Brazil, Manchester United, Celtic and Inter Milan.
Irishman Andrew, who followed after the interview, is a lot coarser around the edges, at least on stage.