- and edge tool with a blade like a trough for cutting channels or grooves
- I'll gouge out your eyes!
- The larger home ranges of tamarins are related to more frugivorous diets, while they do not gouge, and eat gum only when readily accessible.
- Marmosets are frugivore-insectivore and are specialised in gum-tree gouging and gum feeding; however, in captivity they would gouge and scent-mark other hardwoods.
- Although Clause 4.6 of the relevant harmonised standard requires toys and component parts of toys to undergo the cylinder test, it does not take into account the possibility that, in the case of certain toys which do not fit into the cylinder and have no small component parts, children can nevertheless easily bite, twist or gouge small portions out of the material.
- They are found in South and Central America, but are slightly larger animals and have larger home ranges, varying from 30 to 100 hectares. The larger home ranges of tamarins are related to more frugivorous diets, while they do not gouge, and eat gum only when readily accessible.