- v. present participle of gross.
“Certainly, the direct-to-DVD business can be extremely profitable, with a few live-action titles grossing more than $30 million from DVD sales.”
“At least they will provoke world peace (and break a grossing record).”
“Sony and Warner Bros. also are having a banner year, with Sony titles grossing slightly north of $2 billion internationally and Warners grossing roughly $1.85 billion to date.”
“What happened after that, says Steve Van Putten, a senior executive pay consultant for Watson Wyatt in Boston, was that companies started paying this penalty tax for executives, a process called grossing up.”
“In fact, the neck hump area is kind of grossing me out.”
“Three of the largest grossing films of this period were Little Caesar, released in 1930, The Public Enemy (1931), and Scarface (1932).”
“Superfly was even more popular among black audiences, grossing more than $18 million, and it too was attacked by the civil rights leadership.”
“This has been an exceptional year for SF film, and Cameron's Avatar will close out 2009 as probably the highest-grossing film released this year.”
“These no-subsidy farmers and ranchers are primarily small operators grossing under $250,000 a year on their farms.”
“This week in Federal Way schools, it got a lot more inconvenient to show one of the top-grossing documentaries in U.S. history, the global-warming alert "An Inconvenient Truth.”
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