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coarse

(kors) not fine; not microscopic.

coarse

[kôrs]
Etymology: ME, cors, common
(in physiology) involving a wide range of movements, such as those associated with tremors and other involuntary motions of the skeletal muscle.
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The smallest differences are at panel B, while the biggest are at panel with coarser constituents (C).
A manufacturer would need to compensate for the heat factor usually by adjusting the roast before grinding or using a coarser grind.
The coarser variants are more abrasive, and therefore more useful for industrial applications.
The SEM images can be supportive arguments on the tensile performance explanation where SMRL/rMat with coarser fracture surface required less energy to be break and indirectly resulted in lower tensile properties.
The production of a +40% pre-concentrate at a coarser grind size of 3mm would offer significant advantages for capital and operating costs as well as processing benefits.
Stubble may look darker and coarser because it has not yet been exposed to sun and other wearing elements.
Wool was on ration and the yarn got coarser and coarser so it got ticklier and ticklier.
Team member Jessica Agarwal (European Space Agency) says the 100,000 tons of ejected material is mostly millimeters to centimeters in size, far coarser than the usual cometary fluff.
The scientists say Inuk's DNA reveals that he had brown eyes, as well as the East Asian version of a gene that gives people hair coarser than that of most Europeans and Africans.
This winter coat is longer and has coarser hair than the summer coat The horse is able to fluff up this hair.
A rank-based algorithm for aggregating land cover data to coarser resolutions with minimal change of information opens the volume, followed by an assessment of conifer cover increase in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem between 1985 and 1999.
When done well, inference through coarser educational and psychological measurement models suits decisions and actions routinely encountered in school and work, yet is consistent with what we are learning about how people learn, act, and interact.