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rough

(rŭf),
Not smooth; denoting the irregular, coarsely granular surface of a certain bacterial colony type.
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In fact, nothing is missing but the Swan audiences, slapped in their undeserving faces in what is the roughest and most outrageous deal I have known the Stratford directorate to dish up so far.
The City was proactive in changing the course of one of the roughest areas in Bergen county.
The first years saw Ibarrola laying floor tile and repairing plumbing, grabbing the roughest and dirtiest odd jobs to keep his family afloat.
It is a difficult proposition to assess which technology path, LTO or Super DLT, had the roughest time coming to market from a technological point of view.
As we headed for the forest, we bumped along in a large all-wheel-drive military-type vehicle over the roughest forest roads we'd ever experienced.
Simple cardboard models give just the roughest idea of how it all fits together.
In fact, the managers of these enterprises maintained their power: Only they knew where the inventory was kept - the state had barely the roughest idea about what assets were held by the various entities.
In Chicago's saddest, roughest ghetto, high above filthy sidewalks, above windows that are dark, broken, or boarded, above shoeless toddlers wandering alone, above drug deals on the corner, there's a billboard that shows a huge Lotto stub.
Additional functional features such as the slip and oil-resistant, lightweight Vibram(R) rubber outsole and direct-attach construction make these boots lighter and more flexible than traditional military footwear yet tough enough to brave the roughest terrain.
com) offers many high-tech features in a pack compact enough to navigate the roughest, thickest habitats, but also big enough to carry enough gear for multi-day outings or to pack meat.
Come on now let's be honest, and I'm sure that you'll agree Like me there's been some stormy times when you've ploughed an angry sea We'd truly like to track back in the roughest of those wakes And try and slip the cable on our more miserable mistakes.