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graded

[′grād·əd]
(geology)
Brought to or established at grade.
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Thousands of people visited the town's new graded schools in the 1880s and carried their observations back to their homes throughout the South.
Recently, Professional Stamp Experts (PSE), a subsidiary of Collectors Universe (Nasdaq: CLCT), began issuing numerically graded on a scale of 1 to 100 certificates of authenticity for United States stamps.
Their study involved the mailing of two English papers to two hundred high schools to be graded according to the practices and standards of that school and its English instructor.
For nearly a quarter century I taught, discussed, assigned, assessed, and graded, in some order or another.
The concept of bringing fans authenticated memorabilia and graded cards in one package is an exciting one," said Beckett.
Our PSA card grading services allow participants in online auctions to bid freely and confidently, knowing the item on which they are bidding is both authentic and correctly graded.
com) announced that its Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) division graded in excess of 16,000 cards onsite at the five day National Sports Collectors show held in Anaheim, Calif.
com) Monday announced that a T206 Honus Wagner baseball card graded by its Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) division sold at auction July 15 for $1.
The Japanese are very sports conscious and we expect the market for graded sportscards to develop rapidly as it has in this country.
The first stamp graded and encapsulated by the Collectors Universe Professional Stamp Experts (PSE; www.