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grizzly bear

a variety of the brown bear, Ursus arctos horribilis, formerly widespread in W North America; its brown fur has cream or white hair tips on the back, giving a grizzled appearance Often shortened to grizzly

grizzly

[′griz·lē]
(engineering)
A coarse screen used for rough sizing and separation of ore, gravel, or soil.
A grating to protect chutes, manways, and winzes, in mines, or to prevent debris from entering a water inlet.

grizzly

A stationary screen or series of equally spaced parallel bars set at an angle; used to remove oversize particles in processing aggregate or similar material.
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