gouge


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Synonyms for 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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For a conventional double-direct shear friction test, samples consisted of gouge layers sandwiched between forcing blocks in a triple block geometry, as shown in Figure 1(b).
* Fill any deep gouges and spend your time sanding out scratches while the filler sets up.
Our camp supplies were dwindling, we were eating canned tuna instead of deer steaks, and we had to endure Gouge's angry face as he stomped around cursing because he'd vowed to quit smoking.
The second fitting, designed to repair PE pipe gouges, is under development.
The only way to fix the gouge would have been to send a pair of spacewalking astronauts out and manoeuvre them beneath the shuttle on the end of a 100-foot robotic arm and extension boom, with few if any close-up camera views of the work.
#5 gouge. These first three gouges are used a lot for the general shaping of projects, especially in larger sizes.
I'm still wondering how they repaired the gouge in the receiver without replacing it but whatever they did it looks beautiful.
I'm still wondering how they repaired the gouge in the receiver without replacing it, but whatever they did it looks beautiful.
"Of course, it was reported immediately, and we closed down our Internet site," Gouge said.
The first part of this essay examines the debates between these two camps, especially in the central case reports of the struggle - The Magdalen College Case, The Earl of Oxford's Case, and Doctor Gouge's Case - and in the account of the decree by which Chancery was vindicated.
275-276 and William Gouge, Eight Treatises of Domesticall Duties (London, 1622), pp.
A MURDER victim's son was jailed after he tried to gouge out the eyes of a hospital worker.
Cossar, the reigning British Masters Champion, said: "Carl and I are getting used to our new partnership and want to keep our record going of no worse than second place this year" Sunday 1st: Mark Cossar/Carl Blyth 2nd: Rob Wilson/Terry Saunders 3rd: Richard Thomas/Jason Berry Monday 1st: Mark Cossar/Carl Blyth 2nd: Clive Stoneman/Ringo Broomfield 3rd: James Gouge/David Gouge
In the second half Ospreys prop Paul James appeared to indicate to French referee Christophe Berdos, by pointing to his eye, that an opposition player had tried to gouge him.
NASA discovered a worrisome gouge on Endeavour's belly soon after the shuttle docked with the international space station, possibly caused by ice that broke off the fuel tank a minute after lift-off.