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rasp

a coarse file with rows of raised teeth

rasp

[rasp]
(design engineering)
A metallic tool with a rough surface of small points used for shaping and finishing metal, plaster, stone, and wood; designed in a number of useful curved shapes.

rasp

A coarse file having its surface dotted with protruding pointed teeth.

RASP

(language)
["RASP - A Language with Operations on Fuzzy Sets", D.D. Djakovic, Comp Langs 13(3):143-148 (1988)].
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Secondary separation equipment has to be placed between Heavy Rasper and Fine Granulator as it is shown on Figure 1.
Webb continued, "We are planning on acquiring the following: one additional mill, an additional rasper and two granulators, which will give our crumb rubber division the capacity to produce 9,000 pounds per hour.
Galway had lost their head at this stage and not even Kevin Devaney's rasper from 25 yards could breathe life into their cause as Rovers were already home and hosed.
Almost a decade has elapsed since Rankin's rasper and incredibly the former Ross County and Dundee United star remains the last Caley Thistle player to notch a winning league goal at home against Rangers.
DAFABET WELSH P The New Saints 8 Gap Connah's Quay 8 Rhyl 8 Bangor City 8 Carmarthen Town 8 Llandudno 8 Bala Town 8 Aberystwyth Town 8 Newtown 8 Cefn Druids 8 CardiffMet 8 Airbus UK Broughton 8 Pierce blasted a rasper just over as Rhyl went for a second, but then came a long spell of City domination and chances.
This was difficult viewing for the home support as Saints lacked the craft to unlock this makeshift Inverness back four and only Michael O'Halloran's 23rd minute rasper, well saved by do Tweet A TREAT Good life lesson from Saints.
Carlisle clawed their way back into it courtesy of a wonderful free-kick from Tom Lawrence with just over 10 minutes to play, but his top-corner rasper and a frantic goalmouth scramble - complete with a clearance off the line - were the best the visitors could muster as they head into the second half of the season with a lot of work still to do to keep the relegation fears at bay.
However good goalkeeping from Ainsworth kept them at bay and McConachie sealed the game with a rasper of a shot to seal the victory for Primrose Hill.
If he can get shots away early like the rasper that rattled the post against Newcastle, rather than running down cul-de-sacs and choosing the wrong options, then he might still inspire a side who, for all their attacking talent, have hit nowhere near enough goals.
But Swansea saved him from the Blades' relegation struggle in January and Britton has not looked back - even getting forward to score the opener in the play-off semi-final win against Nottingham Forest with a 20-yard rasper.
It looked like it had flown in from outer space, which is where goalkeepers wanted to boot it when the tournament became known for the number of spectacular long range shots which flew past them: Arie Haan's 40-yard piledriver, Nelinho's crazily angled drive and Johnny Rep's rasper which broke Scottish hearts.
Danny Wilson's men were not slow to flood men forward when the opportunity arose and James Brown, catching Swansea sleeping from a quick free-kick, cut inside Rangel to unleash a 20-yard rasper.