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lacking refinement or cultivation or taste

of stone or timber

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As in the tow-behind options, there are both rough-cut and finish mowers available with an even larger variety of cutting sizes to choose from, starting at 48-inch decks up to 84-inch widths.
It's framed from rough-cut 6x6s that are joined with metal sockets (Socket Systems is one manufacturer; socketsys.
The building's brick and rough-cut stone exterior blends with the natural prairie setting, while the entry facade and lobby features expanses of glass framing landscape views.
is true, it places Taylor in possession of at least one rough-cut diamond the month after the rebels came to see him, and the month before the junta received a large shipment of weapons in October," said Open Society Justice Initiative, a human rights organisation monitoring the Taylor trial.
Campbell and ex-leader Taylor both deny a rough-cut diamond exchanged hands while she was staying at Nelson Mandela's home in 1997 with Mia Farrow.
He was supposed to look at the rough-cut and take out material he didn't agree with.
Rough-cut mowers are at the opposite end of the spectrum from reel mowers.
Above, there is a sculpted wall combination of smooth & rough-cut blackstone reflecting the uplighting from below.
From Seared Peppered Tuna with Pickled Cucumber to Italian Wedding Soup; Rough-Cut Cole Slaw with Blue Cheese; Macadamia Chicken with Mango Butter Sauce; Lemon Panna Cotta with Berry Sauce; Spiced Pumpkin Pie with Bourbon Cream; and Chocolate Bowls with Raspberry Sauce, "Amy's Table" offers an amazing variety of gourmet quality dishes and is enthusiastically recommended for both personal and community library cookbook collections.
The crates are made of rough-cut lumber consisting of 2 x 4 and 1 x 4 lumber.
Rough-cut is easily understood and accepted by senior management and by nonengineering functions such as marketing and finance.
A remarkably intimate but also discreet portrait, Eggleston (which I saw at the rough-cut stage) follows the photographer at work and in his down time, when he puts aside one instrument by which he allays anxiety--the camera--to pick up another: the bottle.
The cultures of the stereotypical, rough-cut native French Canadians and the prejudiced townspeople of Big Harbour clash constantiy, displaying routine abrasiveness and underlying distrust on both sides.