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of textures that are rough to the touch or substances consisting of relatively large particles

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lacking refinement or cultivation or taste

of low or inferior quality or value

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The licences also boast stunning fish images-aperchlunging atabaited hook on the coarse licence and ray of light striking a salmon under the water on the salmon licence.
KEY WORDS: asthma, coarse PM, heart rate variability, inflammatory markers, lipids, systemic inflammation.
A unique method was presented in this paper for evaluating the morphological characteristic of the coarse aggregates and demonstrating their effects on the mechanical performance.
We selected the exposure location (Dexter, MI, USA) in order to deliver coarse PM exposures that are known to be heavily influenced by rural sources.
The results obtained after three passes were as such: the level of decrease of coarse fibers constituted 22.
From October 1 on Mondays through to Fridays a pounds 10 coarse ticket will now be available to fish Fontburn, and from November 1 the coarse ticket will be extended to seven days a week.
Algorithms that fall within the assumptions of the theory are guaranteed to produce the same coarse grids, regardless of how the policies are implemented.
The slow down in total consumption of coarse grains is attributed to weaker demand from the livestock sector along with a slower increase in the use of grains for the production of ethanol, the FAO said.
uk The proposals covering the removal of coarse fish apply only to unenclosed waters (rivers, streams and drains) and include all coarse fish, including grayling which are often taking for eating from game fishing rivers.
This aeration system combines coarse and fine bubble aeration components to improve mixing and oxygen transfer while preventing backflow and clogging.
1 : having a harsh or rough quality <coarse dry skin> <a coarse fabric>
SCOTLAND'S newest coarse fishery is really making a name for itself following the opening of a second water earlier this year.
Should there be a process set up to separate crushed material into fine and coarse fractions or use the material as processed?
Breathing air that contains coarse particulate matter such as road or construction dust may cause heart problems for asthma sufferers and other vulnerable populations, according to a new study led by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) School of Public Health.
The CYCA summer sailing season of 2006-2007 has been a good one for consistent offshore racing yachtsman, Warwick Sherman, and his Cookson 12 Occasional Coarse Language.