4a, the lowest point (valley) of the scratched
profile is always below the original coating surface if there is no debonding.
2 : to injure by scraping with something sharp <He scratched
his thumb on a nail.>
The fact is, no matter how good at their job they are, nurses get scratched
When anyone noticed it, I'd just say my cat scratched
In the summer of 2003, an employee at a veterinary clinic in Kingston, Jamaica, was scratched
and bitten on the hand by a cat.
A home with its windows scratched
out; buildings collapsing; houses on fire; a street submerged in flood water; images of a family that slide in and out of focus are scratched
, degraded and covered in cracks and fissures--in Louise Bourque's films, the world is an uncertain place and home is most definitely not a safe haven.
One car was scratched
down to the bare metal causing pounds 500 damage.
have resumed sales of Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox video game consoles after a brief suspension resulting from massive customer complaints that the machines scratched
game disks, officials of the two companies said Monday.
Q I HAVE recently sanded some window frames and accidentally scratched
Any card which has all the boxes scratched
off is VOID and will not be eligible for any cash prize.
The worst affected areas in sufferers are always those that are most easily scratched
or rubbed: the eyelids, under the ears, the forehead, the neck and wrists in adults and the joints in children.
Other flagship smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S9, OnePlus 5T, IPhone X, and the iPhone 8 also scratched
at the same Level 7, but the sapphire screen on the HTC U Ultra scratched
at Level 8.