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finer

[′fīn·ər]
(mathematics)
A partition P of a set is finer than another partition Q of the same set if each member of P is a subset of a member of Q.
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The full protocol for time, temperature, rate of travel of the fight assembly and amount of lamps in operation is automatically maintained as documentation for the correct curing of the CIPP finer.
One of the challenges with creating a finer grind is that with traditional equipment there was a risk of burning the roast.
Finer spent years driving to events in the tech hubs of Boston and Cambridge, sometimes sitting in traffic for hours.
But he echoed Mary Kirkhouse's complaint that a finer dust was coming out of the plant.
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Father Lex and son Alex Golden, along with Amy McKay, Alex's sister, purchased the Cantrell Road Package Store at 6700 Cantrell Road and will soon rename it Terry's Finer Wines.
He said the impact of high input cost was more evident on finer quality.
Steinberg and Finer re-analyzed data that purported to show that women who reported having an abortion were at a higher risk of "several anxiety, mood and substance use disorders" than those who reported having no abortion.
Stratstone dealerships are holding the Mercedes-Benz Finer Things event on March 6 and 7.
ANGLESEY sea salt maker is shaking things up - by coming up with a new, finer flake sea salt said to be ideal for sprinkling on food.
There is, quite simply, no finer drink to be found in the four corners of the globe.
You'll sand the entire surface without missing a spot, even out hard-to-see high and low areas, and know when to switch to a finer grit of sandpaper.