gouge

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to exploit (another) by charging too much for something

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an impression in a surface (as made by a blow)

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and edge tool with a blade like a trough for cutting channels or grooves

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the act of gouging

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force with the thumb

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obtain by coercion or intimidation

make a groove in

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The second fitting, designed to repair PE pipe gouges, is under development.
In-the-round carving is usually done with small hand tools such as knives and palm gouges, although some do use the larger full-size gouges.
A second tip crash then gouges out silver atoms from the surface, without mixing them with tungsten from the tip.
Unlike a traditional hardwood floor that can be refinished if worn down or repaired if there's a gouge, laminates don't roll with the punches too easily.
When a station gouges consumers with high prices, courier drivers know it, and they can report it to our campaign.
Any cracks in the kingpin make it NMC, as do any nicks, chips or gouges deeper than 1/8 inch.
Members of a City Council committee on Wednesday questioned whether a cable television company gouges wealthier areas of the city, based on a new city report that found significant disparities in rates.
When the pipe emerged, there were only minor scratches to the leading edge cap coated with CeramGard "J", and no scratches or gouges through the product on the rest of the pipe.
On-the-fly gouge detection allows users to check for gouges during simulation rather than having to wait for a status report at the end of the simulation.
Sometimes gouges develop on the stud and then the extractor arm catches on the gouge.
The most noticeable advances in the new version are the further development of OpenGL rendering and the instant detection of gouges during simulation.