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relative quantity or the percentage of ore mineral content in an ore body. See also cut-off grade

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A grade (also called a paraphyletic group) consists of a common ancestor and some, but not all, of its descendants. These are incomplete groups based primarily on physical characteristics rather than directly on evolutionary relationships. An example of a paraphyletic group is the dinosaurs (without including the birds).
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Condition assigned to a coin mainly in an effort to determine its relative value. See our article on Grading United States Coins.
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Not your A, B, C's in class, but the degree or direction of a slope, generally. Real important with house construction and ground placement.
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A food industry classification system or standard that indicates a quality level, such as, Grade A, Prime, or Extra Fancy.
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[adj] - at surface level 2. [adj] - (of domestic animals) improved by selective breeding 3. [n] - a relative position or degree of value in a graded group 4. [n] - the height of the ground on which something stands 5. [n] - the gradient of a slope or road or other surface 6. [v] - level to the right gradient 7. [v] - ...
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Grade is used to define an angle, grade of sandpaper, amongst others..grade1/100 of a right angle or p/200 radian.gradeRoughness of sandpaper or emery clothe.
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Describes how abnormal cancer cells look under the microscope. The more abnormal they look, the higher the grade of the cancer. Low grade cancers are thought to be less malignant than high grade. This means they are likely to grow more slowly and less likely to spread to other parts of the body.
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Grade a type or class of paper identified as having the same composition and characteristics. Grade is a generic paper category, such as writing, offset, cover, tag, and index paper. It can also refer to the quality level of the paper; or to a mill's specific brand of paper, such as Champion Carnival, Benefit, or Kromekote.
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classification of materials ie grade of plywood, or the slope of a piece of ground.
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Grade noun [ French grade , Latin gradus step, pace, grade, from gradi to step, go. Confer Congress , Degree , Gradus .] 1. A step or degree in any series, rank, quality, order; relative position or standing; as, grades of military rank; crime...
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Grade transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Graded ; present participle & verbal noun Grading .] 1. To arrange in order, steps, or degrees, according to size, quality, rank, etc. 2. To reduce to a level, or to an ...
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A harsh scraping or cutting; a grating. 'The grade of hatchets fiercely thrown. On wigwam log, and tree, and stone.' (Whittier) ... 1. A step or degree in any series, rank, quality, order; relative position or standing; as, grades of military rank; crimes of every grade; grades of flour. 'They also appointed and removed, at their own pleasure, teac...
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gradation noun a degree of ablaut
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noun the height of the ground on which something stands; `the base of the tower was below grade`
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• (v. t.) To reduce to a level, or to an evenly progressive ascent, as the line of a canal or road. • (n.) A graded ascending, descending, or level portion of a road; a gradient. • (n.) The result of crossing a native stock with some better breed. If the crossbreed have more than three fourths of the better blood, it is called high g...
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(from the article `mining`) The concentration of a valuable mineral within an ore is often referred to as its grade. Grade may exhibit considerable variation throughout a ...
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(from the article `chordate`) ...system, each group must correspond to a single lineage (clade) composed of the common ancestor and all of its descendants. A group that does not ...
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(from the article `cancer`) A major factor governing the choice of therapy is the grade and stage of the tumour. In many cases grading and staging schemes can help to predict ...
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- Brightness is the determining factor for a paper's grade number. The higher the brightness, the lower the grade number (e.g., the best offset papers are called Premium Number 1).
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US term for sloping track. UK terms are gradient or "bank". "At grade" means level track.
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[consulting] In information technology consulting, a grade aims to explicitly recognize a certain professional level, both within the organization and to customer organizations. A grade is separated from a place in the line hierarchy of a company, it underlines the very possibility of recognizing a person (top) level without being necessari...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: grād Definitions: 1. A rank, division, or level on the scale of a value system. 2. In cancer pathology, a classification of the degree of malignancy or differentiation of tumor tissue; well, moderately well, or poorly differentiated, and undifferentiated or anaplastic. 3. In exercise testing, the measurement of a vert...
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[bouldering] In the sport of bouldering, problems are assigned technical grades according to several established systems, which are often distinct from those used in roped climbing. Bouldering grade systems in wide use include the Hueco `V` grades (known as the V-scale), Fontainebleau technical grades, route colors, Peak District grades, an...
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A number or letter designation assigned to grain based on an established set of criteria.
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