Verb(1) puncture and scar (the skin(2) scratch the surface of(3) break up
(1) He went on to scarify the same companies for being only interested in putting on the tried and the tested to the exclusion of modern works by Irish writers and composers.(2) Add attachments, and you can also scarify hard ground, rip up asphalt, and doze construction materials.(3) Thus, in Papua New Guinea the Kendengei people of the Sepik ritually scarify adolescent men.(4) If dethatching is required, use an iron rake or a thatch rake (also known as a scrake) to cut through and rake off thatch, and to scarify the surface.(5) Showing a bit of restraint when turning reduces this effect and you're going to scarify it before you put in rota-bucks so what does it matter, anyway?(6) We scarify the top 2 to 12 inches, add the proper amount of moisture, compact the subgrade, then fine-grade for paving.(7) Prior to disinfection, VIR4788 and VIR7128 seeds were also treated for 15 min with 98% H 2 SO 4 to scarify the seed coat.(8) In the past, mild acids, or salt were used to scarify the skin but the scar could be as undesirable as the tattoo.(9) However, I don't want to scarify the community's open discussion just for those annoying spams.(10) They intend to scarify the top layer to a depth of a few inches prior to next season.(11) As a forwarder, the 1210A is a good machine but for scarification we found it to be undersized.(12) The green is regularly spiked, cored and scarified and is mowed three times a week during the bowling season.(13) In an area that was scarified 10 years ago, healthy birch saplings, more than an inch in diameter, stand 15 feet tall, promising another generation of Popsicle sticks.(14) Each had to be carefully pre-treated with scarification , the seed coats being ruptured by laborious scratching with a sharp scalpel.(15) Viable seeds were extracted from the pods, scarified with a file, and germinated in the Botany Department greenhouse facilities at the University of Georgia.(16) In spring, you may also want to give it a scarification to get the thatch (dead matter) out of the roots.
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