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  • v. Present participle of gride.


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  • But providing an RMT option doesn't preclude those who enjoy griding from doing it that way if that's what floats their boat.

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  • Furthermore, as far as the ATF is concerned, any firearm that can be made full-auto by simply griding something down is a machine gun.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » President Calderon’s claim about “assault weapons”

  • It's worth noting that London was writing fifteen years after the events of "Bloody Sunday" and the unemployed marching on Trafalgar Square, as well as the media attention generated by the "Jack he Ripper" murders brought the griding poverty of the East End into sharp focus.

    Terrance Heath: Chronic Unemployment: Crisis or 'Correction'

  • That was Jack London describing the griding poverty of London's East End circa. 1902, where 500,000 of the city's poorest citizens lived in squalor a short taxi ride away from the wealthiest areas of London, in The People of The Abyss.

    Terrance Heath: Chronic Unemployment: Crisis or 'Correction'

  • Verna glanced over the heads of a dozen intervening Sisters kneeling before a long board, breeze at their backs, carefully griding glass chips with pestles in mortars.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • If using kokum, rinse 2-3 kokums and add to the boiling curry & do not use tamarind while griding.

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  • I never tried griding myself on ragda though watched in aaji paternal grandma used pentagonal paata for her griding needs. both grandmas were very particular about griding on the stone since it imparts unique flavor.


  • The housing market is crashing, and there are strikes on the horizon that are threatening to bring the country to a griding halt.

    Self-fulfilling prophecy?

  • John V has noted for example that his lat/lon griding results in certain grids having many measureents and other grids being sparse.

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  • Close and ill-smelling, the floor littered with manure and foul straw, the pump in one comer that was so hard to work and set the teeth on edge with its griding; the weather-beaten outside, buffeted by wind and never-ending snow-sign and symbol of what awaited her were she to marry one like Eutrope Gagnon, and accept as her lot a lifetime of rude toil in this sad and desolate land ...

    Maria Chapdelaine; a Tale of the Lake St. John country


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