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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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Entitled Taking Flight, the writing competition is a collaboration between Grist to the Mill and Red Dragonfly and has already shortlisted eight new playwrights.
Its value to a wider audience is limited, residing primarily in its preliminary matter, for the catalogue itself serves only to confirm that virtually all (but avant-garde) music was grist to the mill in the eyes of a hard-pressed silent film music fitter.
Yet in such a debate, every fact is grist to the mill and every retrospective view should be heard.
The gripping monologue, written by actor Ross Ericson and performed by him, was presented by Grist To The Mill productions, as part of the 125th anniversary celebrations for the revamped hub.
Alan Shatter's smirking visage on The Late Late Show refusing to answer direct questions merely adds grist to the mill.
And even Saint-Saens, that longevist purveyor of so much grist to the mill, emerged triumphant in these hands.
SIR - Neurosis about levels of numeracy coupled with plummeting performances on Pisa are grist to the mill of the "falling standards" lobby.
It's all grist to the mill for Sam Perry and his fellow Shrewsbury House Archive Team who are committed to recording the way it was and the way it is.
Tackles, carries, yards are grist to the mill yet in rugby they are jealously protected.
Beatings, brawls and criminal damage seem grist to the mill at The Bear, according to a report by Coventry police to the council's licensing committee.
A nod here, a wink there, possible links to the assassination of John Kennedy in 1963 - all grist to the mill of the conspiracy theorists.
That said, though, it is all grist to the mill, isn't it?