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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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If one is an eliminativist about modally fine-grain objects, is one not, thereby, an eliminativist about tables?
The fine-grain barrels are toasted and produced without ever coming in contact with flames.
'Use fine-grain paper to scuff the bottom of the shoes and you will find you have more traction.'
After a large explosion, fine-grain material forms a cloud and moves out along the surface.
The results of investigating enrichment of fine-grain oil shale in hydrocyclones, pneumatic separators and settling centrifuges demonstrate a principal possibility for increasing heating value of energetic oil shale [1].
The Site2Site remote-access solution combines the secure tunneling capability of an IPSec VPN with increased security, fine-grain access control and hidden internal networks.
First-line milling grades, KC915M and KC935M, feature a layer of medium temperature chemical vapor deposition titanium carbonitride (TiCN) and a layer of fine-grain alpha structure aluminum oxide ([AL.sub.2][O.sub.3]) Both grades run 30 percent longer than the grades they replace.
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.
Contract awarded for Purchase and delivery on the place of building a mineral-asphalt fine-grain mixture
The Perle is produced with 24-month-aged staves of fine-grain French oak and toasted to help the barrel integrate with the wine, preserve the fruit and offer a "hint of soft oak aromatics." tonnelleriequintessence.fr
True high capacity utilization (80+%) through single-step provisioning and fine-grain virtualization.