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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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He notes, "To minimize cross grain of all hardwoods, use 220 grit.
It is highly likely that future tax law changes will end the federal gift and estate tax savings advantages of GRITs.
It's also difficult to get a grit to coincide with another authority, but we work with all neighbouring councils, particularly Oldham, as it's a primary route and if our gritter arrived at the exact time as theirs it (the video and photos) would show something different.
When my tires aren't burning up the interstates between Mississippi and Louisiana, I am heading to my new second home "up north" to deliver grits to Midwesterners who have caught on to the tastes of a truly Southern tradition.
But Requa's is only one type of architecture and only one example of grit.
For the best finish, maple is usually finished to grit 150 or 180, and sometimes to grit 220.
Vacation homes are ideally suited for transfers to residence GRITs because clients generally intend to transfer them to the children anyway.
However, the 1990 act effectively eliminated GRITS as viable tools in family situations in most circumstances.
Joe Ferragina, the Company's Exec VP of Sales stated, "We're very pleased to have renewed the apparel license for Grits.
17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Plans for the 10th edition of the Jekyll Island Shrimp & Grits Festival -- the only shrimp and grits festival in Georgia -- are bigger and better than ever.