coarser grades

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  • This is a too common device in the coarser grades of sculpture to escape notice here. Cited from The American Goliah,Anon.
  • Furthermore, this Asiatic cotton can be used for the coarser grades of manufacturing only. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, Feb 1915
  • This will still give the owner of such convenient land an advantage over those living further out, who will always be willing to exchange should the first rather follow the coarser grades of farming to dairying or gardening. Cited from Confiscation, An Outline, by William Greenwood
  • The highest grades of matcha have more intense sweetness and deeper flavour than the standard or coarser grades of tea harvested later in the year.
  • Any wool finer than 25 microns can be used for garments, while coarser grades are used for outerwear or rugs.
  • Coarser grades are used for the manufacturing of twine and rope, and historically for canvas and webbing equipment.
  • The finer the wool, the softer it will be, while coarser grades are more durable and less prone to pilling.
  • The finer varieties take a high polish and are used for monuments, and the coarser grades are used for construction, especially of railway bridges, and for paving and curbing.
  • The proportion of chalk varied; coarser grades are used to seal wine bottles and fruit preserves, finer grades for documents.
  • The finer the wool, the softer it is, while coarser grades are more durable and less prone to pilling.
  • For this the coarser grades of meal are preferable. Cited from Science in the Kitchen, by Mrs. E. E. Kellogg
  • In 2014, steel wool products are supplied in grades from the coarser grades 3 and 4 to the very fine grade 0000.