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made coarse or crude by lack of skill

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The microstructure of the pipe body was refined acicular ferrite, whereas the microstructure of weld joint was coarsened polygonal ferrite (Figure 2).
The stack of coarsened gray-color images are converted to the stack of new coarsened B/W images.
Therefore, if some triangles of T are marked to be coarsened, then we check the newest vertices, which satisfies the three conditions, of the marked elements.
The illustration shows that the amphiboles had further nuclei than plagioclase, but plagioclases were coarsened than amphiboles.
In a short space, you made all fair-minded people realize just how Fox and Fox News have coarsened the dialogue in America in a host of irreparable ways.
It's why we're such a coarsened, philistine nation.
or that one, mouth gaping, hackles of coarsened hair riding the bony
We develop theoretical results regarding the existence of LSEVs of matrices associated with graphs and show the relation of the spectra of the original matrix with the coarsened version that results after removing the structures generating the LSEVs.
Washington, Oct 20 (ANI): Scientists have found that batteries lose their ability to hold a charge as they age because the finely structured nanomaterials present in the battery get coarsened in size.
During the procedure a pedicure expert accurately removes the coarsened layer of skin, calluses and applies special medical cream.
Gil Troy's "Bury the Hatchet" [Autumn '08], for example, alleges that blogging's "harsh, unfettered nature has coarsened politics," in part because "the fact that so many bloggers are essentially anonymous allows them to spew rancor, minor, lies, and obscenities." Were I to write a blog post accusing The Wilson Quarterly of being filled with lies, I would follow the accusation up with an example of a lie.
The loadsamoney years coarsened our country, no, brutalised it beyond compare, and now the New Labour leader is out there a huggin' and a kissin' the witch who, while quoting St Francis of Assisi in that very street, was planning to tear us asunder.
After opening this edition of "Bill Moyers' Journal" with laudatory TV clips from this week (Chris Matthews: "Where there's brains there's Rove"), he observes that Rove "knew how to win elections as if they were divine interventions....With church pews as precincts he used religion as a battering ram....Rove knew to bet in politics on fear and loathing" and "coarsened both relgion and politics" in the process.
TODAY, on Good Friday, the Spirit, sent to renew a world coarsened by greed, corrupted by power, torn by violence and war, is flowing from a heart broken by love: a side pierced by the Calvary struggle to be only forgiving.
The interdependence of the rails, the blue and light orange paint, and the static nature of the entire assemblage brings the viewer to the position where geometry and its somewhat coarsened translations into functionality part company.