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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.
I have been gouged a couple of times myself in the past and it can be incredibly painful.
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.
If, as FERC claims, the producers gouged the state, then they have no business profiting from that gouging for the next 20 years.
Bath's England centre Mike Tindall has claimed he was gouged during the west country derby against unbeaten Zurich Premiership leaders Gloucester as Bath fought back for a 21-21 final score.
Hooker Hibbard complained to referee Christophe Berdos during the encounter he had been gouged but the Frenchman didn't take any action.
IRELAND star Neil Best has been banned until next year after admitting he gouged England backrow James Haskell's eye.
Gray Davis on Wednesday demanded $9 billion in refunds for gouged power customers and California's depleted treasury at a Senate hearing that also featured a defense of his response to the energy crisis.