rough in

  1. prepare in preliminary or sketchy form
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  • So the publisher/distributor is sending the rest of the order while the first half is being RETURNED FOR CREDIT, and Borders can then use that credit to get books through Ingrams, who carries a helluva lot more than just that one small press. January 11th, 2009
  • Open source software is often portrayed as a breakthrough in the free and open exchange of intellectual property, without precedent in the prevailing global capitalist mentality.
  • Sometimes she was housed by friends and sometimes she slept rough in fields and public parks. Times, Sunday Times
  • The other route would see the fruits of eight years of growth wither on the vine through inaction and lack of imagination.
  • Scientists are claiming a major breakthrough in the fight against cancer.
  • Administrative staff may be deskilled through increased automation and efficiency.
  • He was not going to conduct his presidency through interest groups, by balancing one constituency against another and engaging in the customary horse-trading on the Hill. The Good Fight
  • She waited to tell him of her decision until the main doors of the school opened, as if to greet them, and the girls streamed through in varying degrees of sullenness and exultation and prettiness and slouching disarray.
  • Afghanistan in March 2003, 'af' was established as Afghanistan's domain name; Internet access is growing through Internet cafes as well as public "telekiosks" in Kabul (2002) The 2007 CIA World Factbook
  • I blinked in surprise; her dark, sandy-blond hair, rough in texture, was now streaked with green.
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