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1], should be exponential in the early stage and slow down as the structure starts to coarsen in the late stage.
A well-known phenomenon is that blend morphologies coarsen as soon as the blend leaves the extruder.
The algorithm may coarsen down to a single point or alternatively stop coarsening when some specified criterion is attained.
The question persists: Does this language coarsen society or make it more honest?
How a given molding process is mechanized and the sophistication of its pattern or die equipment can refine or coarsen its base tolerance capability.
He said: 'These kinds of lyrics, these kinds of images do not turn people into murderers but what they do is coarsen our sensibilities as a society and we should be very, very wary of that because it ends up in some very dangerous places.
Some details, like Musa's story about the monkeys, lend themselves to dramatic presentation, but for the most part externalising what it is internalised in the book tends to coarsen it.
ANTALYA (CyHAN)- Hands and legs of 15 year-old Mahsun E[currency]amgil, who lives in Turkish south-western province of Antalya coarsens continuously as his legs' size reaches to 32 sm.