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coarser

[ kawr-ser, kohr- ]

adjective

, Mathematics.
  1. of or relating to a topology on a topological space whose open sets are included among the open sets of a second specified topology on the space.


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Coarser iterations need to be boiled and simmered like rice, and the coarser the grind, the chewier the texture.

This makes Professional Grower’s well draining soil the right choice—it’s mixed with perlite to create a coarser, better draining mix, at a neutral pH that won’t over fertilize any plants.

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