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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

(gowj)
A strong, curved chisel used in operations on bone.
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Most fault zones can be modelled by using three mechanical elements: a gouge zone with wall rock on both sides.
To fix gouges and deep scratches, you'll need "chop" (powdered fiberglass) filler, gel coat and gel coat reducer.
"Dried dromedary dung," Hoyt Fox snorted, to which Gouge returned a well-known signal.
The new solutions are a repair patch fitting for defective butt fusions and a repair sleeve that is said to be able to accommodate pipe defects and gouges of varying lengths.
The debris, either foam insulation, ice or a combination of both, weighed just one-third of an ounce but packed enough punch to carve out a 3.5-inch-long, 2-inch-wide gouge and dig all the way through the thermal tiles.
A few hours spent repairing the gouge, whether by means of paint, plate or goo, would eliminate the need for several months of post-flight inspection and repair - and yet another delay of the shuttle-dependent space station project.
#3 gouge, starts the series of tools that have a slight curve to the cutting edge.
Devine maintains that the administration's laissez-faire policies gouge the taxpayer, since they--and not the actual polluter--end up paying the bills for cleaning up the mess.
When purchased it had several nicks in the stock and one bad gouge in the receiver.
When purchased, it had several nicks in the stock and one bad gouge in the stainless steel receiver.
A new ultrafine, high-aspect-ratio wollastonite filler for polyolefins is engineered to enhance mar, scratch, and gouge resistance.
TSUM spokeswoman Sandra Gouge said computer hackers apparently were to blame.