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grits

[grits]
(food engineering)
Coarsely ground hominy (corn kernel endosperm) that is boiled and served as a breakfast cereal.

grits

coarsely ground hominy served in traditional Southern breakfast. [Am. Culture: Misc.]
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MARTIN: Many have been returning grit to wash out their vehicles so it doesn't corrode anything, it's a practical decision to make.
Purists, like my mother was, seem to prefer long-cooking, stone-ground grits and would frown at the sight of quick-cook versions.
Best results are achieved when the wood filler is applied after normal sanding with 180 or 220 grit, and then lightly re-sanded with 220 grit after the filler dries.
The purchase of the residence just prior to the expiration of the term converts the GRIT to a grantor retained annuity trust (GRAT).
The behemoth display, which took six hours to build, consisted of more than 6,000 5-pound bags of grits piled to the store's ceiling.
Clr Liz Smaje, Birstall and Birkenshaw Conservative, said there were places in North Kirklees impacted by ice, and agreed the council should grit where its needed rather than whole priority routes.
From the fourth grade through the 12th, I sold subscriptions to GRIT and another magazine to help pay for my school supplies and books.
Deemed ownership changes the GRIT into an eligible S shareholder (Sec.
GRITs can streamline asset management and estate administration and reduce costs.
In a preliminary launch with one of our key specialty retailers, our Grits offerings sold extremely well.
The Kirklees Streetscene service clears and grits over 700 miles (60%) of the local road network and if the priority routes are clear, staff then move into clearing and gritting secondary routes.