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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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For example, he states that "there are many reasons to think that price increases condemned as gouging are morally innocent at worse and, more often, create a positive and praiseworthy benefit for all concerned" (277).
Watching for price gouging, however, is a waste of everyone's time.
Instead, price gouging laws appear more akin to laws banning the sale of horse meat for human consumption, "Blue laws" that prevent the sale of certain items on Sunday, or laws that once prohibited interracial marriage.
Although Florida's price gouging law for the most part protects consumers, it is imperfect.
Attoub's team-mate Julien Dupuy is serving a 23-week suspension for another gouging offence in the same match.
Eye gouging is the worst thing you can do on a rugby field.
The IRB say the maximum ban for gouging is three years.
The price gouging restriction would apply during any declared state of emergency in Pennsylvania, prohibiting a price increase of more than 20% above the average prices observed during the week prior to the emergency.
Second row Paul O'Connell said: 'I wasn't a victim of any gouging.
It's the heaviest punishment handed out for gouging since Colomiers prop Richard Nones was banned for two years following an incident in a Heineken match against Pontypridd at Sardis Road in November 1999.
RUGBY UNION: Stade Francais prop David Attoub has been handed a 70-week ban for eye gouging by an independent judicial officer.
The 28-year-old was found guilty of gouging Ulster flanker Stephen Ferris during the Irish province's 23-13 Heineken Cup victory over Stade Francais at Ravenhill back on December 12, last year.