natural grade

natural grade

The elevation of the original or undisturbed natural surface of the ground.
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According to company officials, JJ Royal's ready brew lattes are made with 100-percent natural Grade 1 Arabica coffee that is roasted to a medium-dark perfection, and then micro-ground to provide a rich and bold coffee flavor.
For example, Pueblo Pampanga homeowners continue to benefit from a comprehensive 50-year flood study and flood fill allocation 1-3 meters from natural grade.
The structure would have only been 14 feet or so below the natural grade.
Ideally, a properly reclaimed site is restored to a natural grade matching the surrounding landscape.
During the design development stage, Shaw used the natural grade of the land which slopes down towards Nottingham Road, to place the houses' garages on grade - "on the high side," he said -- at their rear elevations.
Tenders are invited for Hdpe Compound Natural Grade Pf-5577, Gail B52a003, Ipcl Gd-54Gb012, Reliance Grade W43006, Melt Flow Index 1 5-1.
Hydroxyapatite is fully integrated into the PEEK-Optima Natural Grade, providing a complete homogeneous compound that ensures HA is present on all surfaces of a device.
But if enough TGA tests are performed, the result will typically fall in the range of 24-25% for a natural grade of the polymer.
Initially, the natural grade KT-825 NT is being made available; however, black and other colors are available upon request.
Philippine Natural Grade or semi-refined carrageenan
Along with the bridge, PG&E is removing the north anchor block and north pier to one foot below the natural grade and backfilling the area.