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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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In addition to converting its existing 2D library to 3D, PassmoreLab will convert Grizzly Adams' new productions to be completed -- 18 new feature films and 78 television series episodes -- over the seven-year term of the agreement.
One fall day; my dog Grizzly snuck out the open door and started chasing an awkward animal he had never seen before, hoping it would want to play with him.
Grizzly bears are large animals, weighing up to 410 kilograms (900 pounds).
The second time, the grizzly ran at them and the man told his wife to run.
e It was the park's first fatal grizzly mauling since 1986, but the third in the Yellowstone region in just over a year amid ever-growing numbers of grizzlies and tourists roaming the same wild landscape of scalding-hot geysers and sweeping mountain vistas.
Over the summer, 24 Grade 8 students took on a project of grizzly proportions: raise $3,000 to commission wood sculptures as a gift to their community and school.
Forest Service and member of the North Cascades Interagency Grizzly Bear Subcommittee, a group of federal agencies that developed a recovery plan for grizzly bears in the Northwest.
Grizzly is an aggressive Canadian exploration company focused on exploring for world class gold and base metal deposits in British Columbia and for diamonds and industrial minerals in Alberta.
Garibaldi geologists report that visual analysis completed of drill core from the first two holes along the western, fault-bounded side of Grizzly Central has revealed the following under an overburden cover of less than 30 meters:
The 24-year-old Pennsylvania native, whose name was not immediately released because his next of kin wasn't notified, was working at Animals of Montana in Bozeman when one or two captive grizzly bears mauled him to death Sunday, the (http://abcnews.
Project Grizzly ends by reminding us that, particularly in Canada, where Hurtubise's siege mentality is rife, we're all wearing versions of that Ursus protective armour, and Lynch takes pains to point out how few of us are both willing to subject ourselves to the risky probing trials that threaten to reveal the tiniest chink, and capable of emerging as relatively unscathed as Hurtubise, still clinging to that edge, with guarded quest intact.