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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of grade.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. ordered by some quantitative ranking.
- adj. leveled and drained but not paved; -- of roads.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Arranged in series of grades; existing in a series of grades: as, graded schools: graded forms.
- Reduced to a (specified) grade; specifically, in physical geography, possessing such a slope or form that the agencies of erosion and transportation which act upon it are essentially occupied in carrying forward the detritus which they receive: said of stream-courses, hillsides, beaches, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. arranged in a sequence of grades or ranks
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A lot of those houses right there behind what they call the graded school, might all of them down that line there, he …
Also, you may find a title graded "A" but it will have a bad audio or video spot in it that hasn't been mentioned.
Anything (no matter what grading service or denomination) not accurately graded is almost dead.
The majority of the coins graded are in MS-63-64 condition.
In fact, only 2 of the coins graded are below MS-65 quality.
The chestnut colt was bumped at the start, then made a nine-wide bid on Polytrack to be third for jockey Jamie Theriot and bring home $75,000 in graded money.
Macho Again, good enough to be the Preakness runnerup, had not earned a top-three finish in graded stakes company before this.
Can you please possible guide me to the right place to have this coin graded and to see what variety it is so I know the real value of it.
In his final season, he again graded 93.5 percent for blocking consistency, but without the cast on his hand, he developed into a dominant drive blocker.
The two-year starter and 1999 team captain graded better than 80 percent for blocking consistency in his final season ...