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gouge

 [gowj]
a hollow chisel for cutting and removing bone.

gouge

(gowj),
A strong, curved chisel used in operations on bone.

gouge

(gouj) a hollow chisel for cutting and removing bone.

gouge

(gowj)
A strong, curved chisel used in operations on bone.

gouge

a hollow chisel for cutting and removing bone. See also alexander gouge.
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Scorning poison as the tool of cowards, Gouge met the enemy face to face.
The VLRS is a repair sleeve for damaged PE pipe with the ability to accommodate gouges of any length.
makes tools with fixed handles, and blades and gouges that fit into a handle made to take a variety of tools.
The astronauts will need to inspect the gouge then using lasers determine its exact size and depth.
A gouge at that location, in connection with aerodynamic wing roughness characteristics, could results in "massive shrinkage" or "melting" of wing thermal protection tiles and "exposure of the aluminum wing structure" to temperatures in excess of its melting point, the document says.
Errors are represented visually by color banding, with stronger areas of color representing deeper gouges or greater rest material.
No crisis, no matter what the cause, gives someone the legal right to gouge consumers for essential goods and services," said Cox.
It's the last night of the millennium, after all, and party planners of all types can and will gouge.
Anyone looking to gouge consumers while our men and women risk their lives overseas will be dealt with swiftly and severely.
The pay-or-be-fined notice and the drastic tree- and bush-trimming requirements imposed on homeowners miles from potential fire zones were nothing but an illegal attempt to gouge taxes from the public to cover up the hundreds of millions of dollars squandered every year by City Hall.
This is no time to gouge our citizens, and we will not tolerate this type of greedy behavior.
CHECK CASHERS GOUGE CUSTOMERS: Many low-income Americans, forced by rising bank fees to turn to neighborhood check cashers, are being gouged by those businesses for cashing checks and getting short-term loans, a consumer group said Thursday.