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snagging

[′snag·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Removing surplus metal or large surface defects by using a grinding wheel.
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Zac Deaking A You are perfectly entitled to hold money back for the snagging. If they refuse to deal with the issues, the Consumer Rights Act provides that you can go to a third party company and pay them the PS3,500 instead to deal with it.
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