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grate

[grāt]
(engineering)
A support for burning solid fuels; usually made of closely spaced bars to hold the burning fuel, while allowing combustion air to rise up to the fuel from beneath, and ashes to fall away from the burning fuel.

Grate

A frame that consists of parallel metal bars, attached by cross bars at regular intervals; used as a grille or security device.

grate

A surface with suitable openings to support a fuel bed, such as coal, and permit passage of air through the burning fuel. Designed to permit removal of unburned residue, and may be horizontal or inclined, stationary or movable.
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In 2013, Grater started his career at JWT Cape Town as a business unit director on Smirnoff and J&B prior to progressing to become client services director, working together with the global network for customers like Lucky Star, First Bank of Nigeria, Pioneer Foods and Heineken.
The Reo Hand-Box Grater from Lifetime Brands gives the consumer efficiency and flexibility through transformation.
There's a ratchet on the grater I'd like to recommend, too.
Unlike my waned interest in thumping a ball to have it come back at me, I learned to grate correctly and to keep my knuckles away; but most importantly, I threw out my bizarre purchase of a grater that was comprised of an oval-shaped plastic refrigerator box, with interchangeable metal grater covers, that would not stand upright and might with the right lighting excite eager horror movie goers to enter my world of slashed knuckles.
A safety food holder ensures there are no finger injuries and the grater itself acts as a lid on a collecting box for your food below.
Russellville's Microplane was awarded the Best el Best-Gold award for its box grater In addition the grater took the top award in the kitchen hand tools category Competing against firms from across the country.
Using the smallest holes on a grater, finely grate the zest of the orange.
In the coming year, veterans will face even grater challenges to health care, disability compensation and other benefits and services.
With numerous manufacturers shifting their focus away from the manufacturing of metal and plastic tubing inserts, Outwater Plastics has increased its stock inventory Levels of: metal threaded grater dips; plastic threaded insert caps; metal threaded inserts; metal tube connectors and metal threaded star type inserts for utilization with 3/4-in.
It sticks and jerks, and the grater quickly clogs with wood scrapings.
It was for a combined grocer's package, grater, slicer and mouse and fly trap.
It's a hand-held electric peeler, zester and grater which chops fruit, veg and cheese down to size with minimum waste.