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grist

Brewing malt grains that have been cleaned and cracked

grist

[grist]
(agriculture)
Grain for grinding or the products and by-products of grinding.
(food engineering)
Ground malt for brewing.
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Mr Grist said he was "deeply proud" of the school's achievement.
Bread made from Grist & Toll flour "tastes like the bread you've had in Europe.
Coroner Christopher Johnson recorded a verdict that Karren Grist killed herself.
It shows that people, whoever they are, care and that is amazing for us," the Daily Mail quoted Grist as saying.
Factoring in the energy used to recharge the battery, the Grist article estimates that your iPod, over the course of its life, is responsible for two hundred times its weight in greenhouse gas emissions.
The leveller arrived 10 minutes into the second half when Kai Edwards and Chris Davies combined nicely down the right and the latter was brought down by Grist for a clear penalty.
By the middle of the album, any listener will have it figured out: Grist is a flexible, extremely talented and intelligent artist who's impressed us with a cornucopia of skills.
Mrs Grist said: "Shellie said she had a headache that morning and had taken a paracetamol.
is an eco-friendly, 100% biodegradable odor eliminator developed by Nelson Grist.
Climate change is the most important challenge confronting our world today," said Russ Walker, Grist.
British rally champions Guy Wilks and Phil Pugh, plus Nicky Grist, Howard Davies, Colin Clark and Julian Porter will all be onstage at the Stockton venue on Thursday, November 27 (8pm start).
Grist starts with what he takes to be Kant's motivation for opposing such realism.