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Gouge

In numismatics, a significant scratch or other blemish on a coin, usually more than normal wear and tear. This may affect the coin's value for collectors.
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Another Honda Yamaha customer said he drove 300 miles to Richmond, Virginia, to buy a generator for a couple of hundred dollars less, and thought he was even gouged there.
That's when his anger took over and he gouged both her eyes,'' Hill's attorney, Deputy Public Defender Richard Guluzza, said after the sentencing.
Here also lies Hellas Basin, a 2,100-km (1,300-mi) wide crater gouged by an asteroid 4 billion years ago.
That is why I was shocked when he gouged Luke Fitzgerald in the first minute of the second Test.
Raynor allegedly gouged Sallah Jeng's eye at the Wildcats Club in Blackpool on December 1 last year.
Sutter Health continues its immoral and unconscionable conduct by filing a depraved class-action lawsuit against uninsured families who have been price gouged," said K.
The entertainment was soon overlooked after a ferocious encounter when claims emerged from Ireland that five of their players had been gouged in the eye - one required stitches - and a sixth in the mouth.
From my admittedly limited vision (she knew what she was doing - we were going for the same wine glasses, when she gouged me) the women were the worst offenders.
Californians are being gouged, and under current law we are powerless to do anything about it,'' he told reporters.
The International Rugby Board was so concerned by de Villiers' assertion that Burger had not gouged winger Fitzgerald that they launched their own investigation.
Ospreys made the allegation after Saturday's 15-9 win over Leicester - and said the tight-head also gouged when the teams met in October.
INDIA has asked Saudi Arabia to sympathetically review the case of an Indian worker after a court ordered his eye be gouged out for accidentally blinding a Saudi national in one eye during a scuffle.