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to rub hard in order to clean

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to remove (an outer layer or adherent matter) by rubbing a surface with considerable pressure

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to make a thorough search of

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a place that is scoured (especially by running water)

examine minutely

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clean with hard rubbing

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rub hard or scrub

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rinse, clean, or empty with a liquid

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In the recent years, the application of Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) is proposed to predict the local scour depth as an alternative to the predictive formulas, Kambekar and Deo [14] used ANNs to predict the scour depth as well as scour width for group of piles.
The commonly used methods for river scour depth calculations are Samov formula, Xie Jianheng formula, Zhang Ruijin formula and Sha Yuqing formula (Zhang Fengliang, etc.
3] studied the scour and flow field at a spur dike in a 90 degree channel.
In addition to the standard course curriculum, hosting organizations can select three lessons from a list of eight optional ones: Effects of Debris on Pier Scour, Quantitative Techniques for Channel Stability Analysis, Abutment Scour Problem Session, Complex Pier Scour, FDOT Pier Scour Methodology, Quantitative Techniques for Degradation Analysis, Channel Stability Processes in Gravel-Bed Rivers, and Techniques for Evaluating Pier Scour in Erodible Rock.
Calf scours is an outcome of collective interaction between different composite factors intermingled with each other.
Before the paddy season, big farmers scour railway stations and bus stands to scour for cheap labour as more than five lakh migrants come to the state in this season.
Instead, he and his colleagues have developed an inexpensive way to scour land for antibiotics that have been overlooked.
Over time the weir has deteriorated as a result of erosion and scour to the masonry as well as water penetration through the structure itself.
Speaking in advance of his speech, Mr Hart said: "America, France, Germany, Italy and Japan - none of these nations have to scour the world to find teachers for their schools.
In response, insurers are concentrating on consumer relations and hiring companies that scour the Internet for what's being said about them.
Andrzej Wojakiewicz, MCDOT's county bridge engineer, said the existing bridge did not have the sufficient scour protection needed to handle the kinds of flows that are known to occur in the area.
Scour started out as an one of the Wunderkinds of the Internet age.
The newly redesigned site features multimedia and interactive technologies from leading industry partners including RealNetworks(R), Scour.
And just in case people don't want to use Lycos for their music files, Mediascience plans to keep doing business with companies such as Scour.