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grit

(grit)
Denotes the size of a particle found on the surface of abrasive materials.
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"The group continues to focus on delivering its investment strategy and remains on track to meet full year income distribution growth and a minimum total annual net shareholder return target of over 12% in US Dollars for the year ending 30 June 2019," GRIT Chief Executive Officer Bronwyn Corbett said.
Eventually, grit will become part of the college's fabric, with all students, faculty and staff participating in the grit assessment.
Cllr Glenn Williams (Ind, Bablake) said at a meeting of Cabinet Member for City Services: "The criteria used to assess the bins was used to justify removing grit bins that in my opinion should not have been removed.
Concentrated in Thunder Bay, True Grit has regional offices in Sioux Lookout and Welland.
True Grit Engineering strengthens Stantec's foothold in northern Ontario.
During the course of her extensive research, Duckworth has found that natural talent does not make humans disposed to succeed so much as the qualities she sums up as "grit".
A new record of 104 full network grits was set at 4pm on Sunday as the Kirklees winter team set about tackling the tale end of the 'Mini Beast From The East'.
Sebastian Bailey, president of Mind Gym Inc., defines grit as: "passion and perseverance for long-term goals.
This made me think of grit. My sons are still young.
There were a couple of positive things for GRIT that happened there that day.