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grizzly bear

a variety of the brown bear, Ursus arctos horribilis, formerly widespread in W North America; its brown fur has cream or white hair tips on the back, giving a grizzled appearance Often shortened to grizzly

grizzly

[′griz·lē]
(engineering)
A coarse screen used for rough sizing and separation of ore, gravel, or soil.
A grating to protect chutes, manways, and winzes, in mines, or to prevent debris from entering a water inlet.

grizzly

A stationary screen or series of equally spaced parallel bars set at an angle; used to remove oversize particles in processing aggregate or similar material.
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Drilling by Grizzly in 2009 and 2010 at the Ket 28 prospect, following up the historic drilling in the mid 1990's, yielded up to 2.77 g/t Au over 11 m core length and 8.75 g/t Au over 3 m, with a higher grade zone of 11.90 g/t Au over 2 m core length.
It was a qualified victory, but grizzly advocates exhaled a collective sigh of relief.
Grizzly hunting isn't allowed in the lower 48 states.
The 14-day restraining order by US District Judge Dana Christensen in Missoula, Montana, came two days before Wyoming and Idaho were scheduled to open licensed grizzly hunts allowing as many as 23 bears in the two states to be shot and killed for sport.
The end to grizzly hunting started in what is called the Great Bear Rainforest.
Sure enough, there was a grizzly up there, foraging for new green where most of the snow was gone.
Key words: polar bear; Ursus maritimus; grizzly bear; Ursus arctos; hybrid; microsatellites; High Arctic; Northwest Territories; Viscount Melville Sound
Grizzly Athletics has had a long history of success both on and off the field in men's and women's sports.
CANADA Grizzly bears are settling into old open-pit mine sites and calling them home, according to a study from the University of Alberta published in Nature.
If I were a grizzly cub, I'd be born in the winter, in the den where my mother is sleeping.
Billings, Montana - A government-sponsored research team has concluded there are no signs of decline among Yellowstone's grizzly bears as officials consider lifting the animals' federal protections -- despite warnings from outside scientists that such a move would be premature.