roughened


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used of skin roughened as a result of cold or exposure

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In addition, they require that the entire bore be roughened and coated, causing a bimetallic (coating and aluminum) cut on the deck face, which is not encountered in cast-in-place iron liners.
localized waves in the cloud base, either smooth or dappled with smaller features, sometimes descending into sharp points, as if viewing a roughened sea surface from below.
Tenders are invited for work includes removal of a concrete gravity irrigation diversion structure and installation of a roughened channel.
The surface of the existing socket in the pelvis is roughened to accept a new socket component that will join up with the new ball component.
Though they have roughened a glass surface so it could scatter light and ward off glare but without hurting the glass's transparency and etched nano-size teeth into the surface to make it anti-reflective, they added that further research is needed to ensure that the surface can withstand heavy touchscreen use.
RELEST Powder PUR Anti-Sticker's slightly roughened surface offers anti-graffiti properties.
The device uses Titan's proprietary roughened titanium surface technology, which has been shown to upregulate the production of osteogenic (bone growth) and angiogenic (formation of new blood vessels) factors that are critical for bone growth and fusion.
If they are smooth, they should be lightly roughened with coarse sandpaper and followed by a prime coat.
This activating operation is increasingly carried out by high-pressure water jetting, mainly because this technology causes no wear and the roughened surface will not require cleaning afterwards.
In addition, the investigation of light scattering from the roughened anti-glare surface has caused great interests in scientific researches [9-16].
Greenbacks boss Bernie Cope watched his men take an interval lead in Buckinghamshire before the uncompromising and highly physical hosts roughened things up and took advantage of a bizarre sending off of United keeper Jack Wear to take the points.
The recycled plastic used for boardwalks has a WRAP approved roughened anti-slip surface texture which is ideal for wetlands.
2 : having the skin scraped or roughened <She had raw red hands.
This stunning piece from her aptly-named (if you're a Lord of the Rings fan) Precious collection keeps the convention of being a gold band, but the metal is appealingly roughened and studded with diamonds.
Foam surfaces roughened with pockmarks left by gas bubbles are usually considered a cosmetic flaw.