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grits

very fine pieces of maize grain produced by crushing or kibbling. The bran and germ have been removed by sieving.
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JOANNE: After a grit run one of our own vehicles will return to the depot and it may be needed for potholes or street lights so it will off-load its grit.
Looking for ways to save time in the morning, I saw boxes of instant grits on the grocery-store shelves and picked up a butter-flavored pack.
But Requa's is only one type of architecture and only one example of grit.
Most solid cherry flat parts are sanded to grit 180 or 220.
An older homeowner also should consider a GRIT, since the ability to take the contingent reversion into account in valuing the remainder makes the GRIT a worthwhile technique even for an elderly grantor not likely to live much beyond three years.
Walters headed the committee that organized the festival, which is now an annual event including a parade, rides, concessions and grits cooking contests.
The slogans on the garments tie in Grits as well as the school colors and mascot.
Clr Steve Hall, Cabinet member for roads, gave an update to the full council on the latest grit situation.
Shrimp and grits can easily become a standard main dish at your dinner table, taking simple ingredients to new heights.
Quick grits are made with smooth rollers that produce smaller granules requiring less cooking time.
For the corndogs: In a bowl, soak grits in three-quarters cup of buttermilk for a half-hour.
From that, day, until his death in 1965, Dad was teased about knowing the difference between grits and the GRIT newspaper.