Gouge


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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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Our experiments were designed to explore the transition process from stable slip to stick-slip and the corresponding AE characteristics with covariation of recurrence and shear stress drop during gouge friction of simulated fault with different-sized particles.
* Apply gel coat to the filled gouges and finish to the scratches and then final-sand the filled gouges.
"It means," said Gouge, "that one pack will last me five whole days."
The ERP and VLRS fittings for repairing butt fusion joints or severe pipeline gouges will provide the following benefits:
#8 gouge. As you get deeper with the gouges, they gain in their versatility.
Meanwhile, before 1616, the new master of Magdalen College, Barnaby Gooche (or Gouge) had succeeded in installing John Smith in the same house.
When Mr Peachey, a care assistant, stepped in to stop him he tried to gouge his eye and then bit him on the chest.
The gouge, about 3in square, was spotted in zoom-in photography taken by the space station crew shortly before Endeavour delivered the seven-member crew to the orbiting outpost.
An elvis lookalike was spared jail after attempting to gouge out the eyes of fellow Presley fans during an annual tribute convention.
So when one of the competitors is trying to gouge an eye out tonight, he will actually be trying to gouge an eye out.
This crushed rock, called gouge, can be found between the surfaces of many faults, says Charles G.
A point load of up to 50kg (110lb) simulates a sharp protrusion, such as a rock, attempting to gouge the coating surface.