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  • adj. Having the characteristics of multiple grades of a product (especially of a lubricating oil)


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  • It has filters, film stocks, multigrade paper -- the works.

    On Assignment: Open Shade Opera Singer

  • Why not take ordinary language at its word, and let causation go multigrade?

    The Metaphysics of Causation

  • * Use multigrade oil in your engine because it will reduce drag.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Teachers were forced to work under very trying circumstances, travel long distances and teach multigrade classes, often without the benefit of adequate learning support materials or regular visits from teacher support professionals, he said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Australian funding will provide supplementary and adapted curricula for multigrade teaching (teaching several grades in a single classroom), teaching of locally relevant skills to minority children, support for teachers and principals, training of teacher educators, and the recruitment and training of ethnic minority teachers.

    Australia Funds Education in Laos

  • We are aware of the many little poor schools, 630 boys in multigrade classrooms in the country.


  • It was also used in some of the first cancer treatment research; and was the birthplace of multigrade motor oil and the isotopes used for cardiac stress tests.

    The Augusta Chronicle

  • The dissident group countered by accusing Garvey of improperly managing the SBQ business since he took over the multigrade bar company in 1996.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • Harvey liked the family atmosphere of the multigrade classroom.

    Pat Dollard | Young Americans

  • 118 NINETEEN As oily creeps go, Clive Medway was deluxe multigrade.

    Quite Ugly One Morning


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