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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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I'll never know, of course, but I suspect that as Paul's health deteriorated, he chose to remove himself quietly from public life and others' sympathy, even that of his friends, living out his belief about "even the coarsest conception of honor.
In this exhibition, the supports ranged from the finest silk to the coarsest burlap, although standard canvas was also part of the repertoire.
The surface mean Aspect of the EMP DEM was the most eastern oriented and the visualized Aspect layer had the coarsest, but most easily observed surface cell-aspect orientations of all the modelled DEMs (Fig.
But [it] is a horrible abode for the coarsest & the meanest thing that ever wore the shape of man, much more for one of delicate susceptibilities and elevated fancies.
Grinding with an abrasive grade 60 leads to Ra values around 1^m, and with the coarsest grade the surface roughnesses of up to 5-6 can be achieved [34].
Her philosophy is laissez-faire reductionism of the coarsest variety, a simplistic, elitist dogma that conveniently dismisses most of human experience as irrational and destructive.
26) warns 'the wrong place can conjure from actors their coarsest work.
83) Perhaps most pertinent for present purposes, when government action has no public-regarding justification--when for instance, it manifests the coarsest forms of partisan preference--it will automatically fail constitutional scrutiny.
The average grain size of ash fractions decreases along the boiler gas pass, being coarsest in furnace ash (~250 [micro]m) and finest in the last field of electrostatic precipitators (~6 [micro]m).
At the start, there were many names for different powder sizes, but by the early to mid-1800s, designations from Fg to FFFFg, from the coarsest used in muskets to the finest for priming or use in small pistols, became standard.
It is notable that the coarsest grind size (106 microns) results in only a minor reduction in the Fe concentrate grade from 70% to 68% Fe, but a significant increase in the amount of Fe recovered from the sample, from 25 to 35%.
When Swann finally removed him, he sent him on his way in the coarsest of fashions.
This is protected and stabilized by a top layer, which, in its coarsest form, is a simple perforated foil.
The coarsest model ran for a few hours on a Windows NT (64 bit with 8 gb of ram).