Hard finish

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(Arch.) a smooth finishing coat of hard fine plaster applied to the surface of rough plastering.

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It was a hard finish, but I knew it from 2013 when I was second here.
But Dolezal hyperextended an elbow on a hard finish and was unavailable, so Nick Gerstbrein took that spot.
Because of its smooth and hard finish, it doesn't show any gloss increase over time.
Having a hard finish that also has a high lubricity coefficient means that the rifle will reliably run longer.
As titanium dioxide- and extender-rich neutrals and pastels make way for bolder, brighter accent colors, there is growing consumer demand for deep-tone paints that go on smoothly, dry quickly, and maintain a glossy, hard finish without cracking.
A bit of research turned up a PVD finish simply means a finish (usually a hard finish like Titanium Nitride) applied in a vacuum with vaporized substances to coat the substrate metal.
The pace and the gradual buildup to a hard finish, it's really what I wanted, and then to be able to be in the top five almost the whole time and never lose the race, it just played out perfectly for me today.
The elite sports sector accounted for 50% of Keronite's growth last year, with applications including a coating process for US bicycle suspension manufacturer RockShox that allowed it to shave over 30 grammes off the weight of its DH fork, using the same lightweight, hard finish Boeing uses to protect landing gears on aeroplanes.
And we've still to play Crumlin Star twice and Ards Rangers twice so it's going to be a hard finish to the season.
It was a really hard finish today, actually the whole final 10km was hard," Wild said after the stage which covered 93kms from Katara Cultural Village to Al Khor Corniche.
I use yacht varnish as it has a good hard finish - this stops all of your hard work from getting chipped or scratched.
This is the start of a very hard finish to the season for us," said Westwood.