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grouse

a group of related species of game birds in the family Tetraonidae. They are the red grouse (Lagopus scoticus), wood grouse (Tetrao urogallus), black grouse (Lyrurus tetrix), ruffed grouse (Bonasas umbellus), sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) and the prairie chickens (Tympanuchus spp.).

grouse disease
see trichostrongylustenuis.
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Let history show that the Couch Grousers fiddled while Cairo burned.
About four out of 10 of the Greenbacks and the Sprouts have bought a product because the advertising or the label say the product is environmentally safe, but only 8% of the Basic Browns and 20% of the Grousers have done the same.
Less than 1 17/32-in thick is unserviceable, A pad worn down enough to allow metal damage to the grouser can cause enough damage to make the track shoe non-repairable.
03) repairing of track link and triple grouser shoe assly 02 nos.
Rubber tires allow the wheeled excavator to operate on paved surfaces without damaging the concrete or asphalt while the steel grouser pads on the crawler machines gouge and cut these surfaces, especially when turning.
The crawler drive/track system has independently driven crawlers with triple grouser pads.
Customers in the Minnesota and North Dakota areas can choose from Allied's full-line of Hy-Ram, Street Hammer and AR Series hydraulic hammers, Ho-Pac vibratory/compactor drivers, Contractor's Mechanical Grapple, material and waste handling systems, Pedestal Breaker System stationary boom systems, Roto-Cut rotary asphalt cutters and Grip-Lug grouser bars.
Some available options are single grouser steel tracks, rubber tracks and a winch kit.
They also offer multiple types of crawler chains with standard forged or carbide grousers to suit a customer's specific conditions.
Because the wheel mounting the pointy rock may experience more force pushing it into the sharp edge, it could become cracked or punctured, particularly in the space between the wheel treads that are known as the grousers.
triple grousers for hard rock applications or 750-mm (29.
Features include individually linked grousers and operable blade.