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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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Apply gel coat to the filled gouges and finish to the scratches and then final-sand the filled gouges.
It means," said Gouge, "that one pack will last me five whole days.
The second fitting, designed to repair PE pipe gouges, is under development.
The only way to fix the gouge would have been to send a pair of spacewalking astronauts out and manoeuvre them beneath the shuttle on the end of a 100-foot robotic arm and extension boom, with few if any close-up camera views of the work.
A veiner is a round-bottomed gouge with very high sidewalls.
Of course, it was reported immediately, and we closed down our Internet site," Gouge said.
In the case at hand, Coke's view would leave Oxford with nothing but the admonition to let the buyer beware; the common law had decided on title and no hardship to the earl or discreditable motive on the part of Gouge was to be considered.
The gouge, about 3in square, was spotted in zoom-in photography taken by the space station crew shortly before Endeavour delivered the seven-member crew to the orbiting outpost.
An elvis lookalike was spared jail after attempting to gouge out the eyes of fellow Presley fans during an annual tribute convention.
So when one of the competitors is trying to gouge an eye out tonight, he will actually be trying to gouge an eye out.
This crushed rock, called gouge, can be found between the surfaces of many faults, says Charles G.