Grit

Grit is slang for courage, integrity and determination.
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Grit

Grit is slang for courage, integrity and determination.
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Grit

[newspaper] Grit is a magazine, formerly a weekly newspaper, popular in the rural US during much of the 20th century. It carried the subtitle America`s Greatest Family Newspaper. In the early 1930s, it targeted small town and rural families with 14 pages plus a fiction supplement. By 1932, it had a circulation of 425,000 in 48 states, and 8
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Grit

In relation to pesticide formulations, hard non-friable particles present in a material.
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grit

[n] - a hard coarse-grained siliceous sandstone 2. [v] - cover with a grit 3. [v] - clench together
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Grit

A commonly used term for Washed Concrete Sand or Sharp Sand.
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Grit

Grit noun [ OE, greet , greot , sand, gravel, Anglo-Saxon greót grit, sant, dust; akin to OS griott , OFries. gret gravel, Old High German grioz , German griess , Icelandic grjōt , and to English groats , grout . See
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Grit

Grit (grĭt) intransitive verb To give forth a grating sound, as sand under the feet; to grate; to grind. « The sanded floor that grits beneath the tread.» Goldsmith.
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Grit

Grit transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Gritted ; present participle &, verbal noun Gritting .] To grind; to rub harshly together; to grate; as, to grit the teeth. [ Collog.]
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grit

1. Sand or gravel; rough, hard particles. ... 2. The coarse part of meal. ... 3. Grain, especially. Oats or wheat, hulled and coarsely ground; in high milling, fragments of cracked wheat smaller than groats. ... 4. <geology> A hard, coarse-grained siliceous sandstone; as, millstone grit; called also gritrock and gritstone. The name is also ap
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grit

verb clench together; `grit one`s teeth`
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Grit

• (v. i.) To give forth a grating sound, as sand under the feet; to grate; to grind. • (n.) Sand or gravel; rough, hard particles. • (n.) Grain, esp. oats or wheat, hulled and coarsely ground; in high milling, fragments of cracked wheat smaller than groats. • (n.) Firmness of mind; invincible spirit; unyielding courage; fortitud
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grit

sedimentary rock that consists of angular sand-sized grains and small pebbles. The term is roughly equivalent to the term sandstone (q.v.).
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grit

  1. a hard coarse-grained siliceous sandstone
  2. (informal) fortitude and determination

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grit

a measure of fineness for abrasive materials such as sandpaper, sanding belts, or the finer materials used to polish optical surfaces. Originally the grit number was the number of holes in a standard screen; if the screen had, say, 240 holes, then the particles that would pass through the screen were described as 240 grit. However, very fine abrasi
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Grit

[album] Grit is the last studio album by Scottish celtic fusion artist Martyn Bennett. It was released October 13, 2003 on the Real World label. The song was a marked departure from his previous albums in that Martyn`s was reliant on using samples as he was too weak to play his instruments. Also by the time of the album it was now clear tha
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Grit

[grain] Grit (going back to Old English grytt or grytta or gryttes) is an almost extinct word for bran, chaff, mill-dust also for oats that have been husked but not ground, or that have been only coarsely ground—coarse oatmeal. The word continues to exist in modern dishes like grits, a Native American corn-based food common in the Souther
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Grit

[personality trait] Grit in psychology is a positive, non-cognitive trait, based on an individual’s passion for a particular long-term goal or endstate coupled with a powerful motivation to achieve their respective objective. This perseverance of effort promotes the overcoming of obstacles or challenges that lie within a gritty individual
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Grit

Some birds (e.g., barn and Tree Swallows) eat little pieces of sand or stone (insoluble) to aid with grinding up and digesting seed hulls and insect exoskeletons. It is stored in the crop/ventriculus. Crushed oyster shells (soluble grit) can be offered mainly to provide a source of calcium.
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Grit

Small pieces of rock, shell, or other hard substances that birds eat to help them digest other foods. Grit helps grind up coarse vegetable matter.
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Grit

A sediment comprsing coarse sand grains.
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Grit

small pebbles eaten by birds and used by the gizzard to grind up feed
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Grit

Sand and small pebbles eaten by a chicken and used by its gizzard to grind up grain and plant fiber.
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