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fine-grain

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(Photography) photog having or producing an image with grain of inconspicuous size: a fine-grain image; a fine-grain developer.
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Use fine-grain paper to scuff the bottom of the shoes and you will find you have more traction.
True high capacity utilization (80+%) through single-step provisioning and fine-grain virtualization.
This is a graph of 3-position measurements made with knives of coarse- and fine-grain tungsten carbide, silicon carbide, and TT.
The Inconel 718 and Mar-M-247 alloys were advanced by Howmet's utilization of a proprietary, fine-grain casting process known as Microcast.
The new plant, which produces coarse- and fine-grain potassium carbonate, uses technology designed by Bertrams AG of Basel, Switzerland, said to be a leading company in the design of alkali and carbonation plants.
It is the key capability that differentiates POLYTEDA's physical verification technology platform, Fine-Grain Physical Verification(TM)(fgPV), from other verification technologies and enables accurate DRC with fast and uniquely "predictable" runtimes.
It's the first time that astronomers have found fine-grain silicate crystals in a disk around a mature star.
The 3D mesh architecture supports ultra fine-grain computing problems.