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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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Bucks have the coarsest fleece, but wethers (castrated males) produce fine fleece year after year.
Bottom ash is coarsest (~45% of particles have the diameter >0.
The coarsest tow can be used as fire starters, mulch, or can be spun into very coarse rope.
Applause itself is a far more subtle thing, even at its coarsest demonstration.
Every 6 hours, the lateral and the top boundary conditions are updated in the coarsest grid, by using the ECMWF gridded datasets.
This analysis procedure may be recursively applied to the coarse resolutions until the possible coarsest representation of the volume (c) is obtained.
Mark Bevan, a Birmingham builder - this is the coarsest of (damp) coarse cricket - is in charge.
The coarsest graphite structure was found in specimen 3.
modal (highest %), coarsest, and finest ped sizes (comprising 15% or more of total mass);
When a coffee urn is used, we use what is called an urn grind, which is the coarsest grind and is most often used in brewing the outturn of coffee.
Cho tends to belabor the show's coarsest passages, an indulgence in which she is encouraged by the audience.
8 Mt/y Broken Hill operation, meanwhile, the second Larox turnkey plant filters the coarsest of zinc concentrates currently produced in Australia (80% passing 95 microns).
Start with your coarsest stone and stick with it until you've removed all the grinding marks, replacing them with scratches from the whetstone.