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gra·na

(grā'nă),
Bodies within the chloroplasts of plant cells that contain layers composed of chlorophyll and phospholipids.
[pl. of L. granum, grain]

grana

/gra·na/ (gra´nah) dense green, chlorophyll-containing bodies in chloroplasts of plant cells.

grana

(grā′nə)
n.
Plural of granum.
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A registered professional engineer in several states, Grana earned Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Civil Engineering, both from the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
With a team of 60 people, Lima-based Grana y Asociados offers comprehensive advice and professional assistance for the prevention, reduction and management of global risks to individuals and businesses.
Some people prefer late shows, and families have requested earlier times" said Grana.
Grana means 'grainy' and Padana is the biggest plain in Italy, on which graze the cattle whose milk is turned into the cheese, which was first made by monks in 1135.
750g grana padano cheese (can be swapped for blue cheese or mascarpone cheese)
Federico Grana, a leader of the Black Sheep Collective, a gay rights group said: "In terms of the steps needed, we calculate that the first gay couples should be getting married 90 days after the promulgation of the law, or in the middle of July.
Currently in her seventh pregnancy, having experienced three previous miscarriages, Grana understands the importance of child and maternal healthcare
Alezan added to the business' coffers the sum of six thousand and twenty eight ducats and sixty grana.
It may need a little more shoulder padding to make it truly eighties but still, Joan Collins would have loved this sequined La Grana jacket in her 'Dynasty' days.
Processed cheese showed the biggest increase, up 20% to 31,729 tonnes, followed by blue vein (up 19%) and Grana types (up 17%).
GRANA Padano, the best selling PDO cheese in the world, is proud to be appearing at the BBC Good Food Shows alongside not-for-profit organisation Slow Food UK.
In his analysis of workplace safety, Grana noticed that most organizations were treating their needs for employee safety and health management in a silted fashion, driven largely by compliance with unrelated systems addressing various program areas.