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For garnishes, a grating of lemon or lime zest on the honeydews or watermelons works nicely; a faint grinding of pink peppercorns on the Charentais draws out the flavors of the Port.
The grating covering the tunnel was clear on Friday at 11 p.m., Elting said.
Jandreau’s father, Tim, comfortably plays his grating but devoted dad.
There was cheese grating, roux making, onion chopping, vegetable prepping, side dish making.
But to Roy, the grating, dismayed response from Trump’s detractors was further proof that America had strayed from the Founding Fathers’ vision for a decentralized government.
There’s plenty of joking, camaraderie, and of course the occasional grating of nerves and clashing of personalities.
Prospective buyers can bid on seven identical pieces of the original steel deck grating of the 60-year-old bridge on GovDeals.com.
The bridge’s deck, including the drawbridge’s metal grating, would be covered with concrete, creating a smoother ride and saving the city money on annual maintenance, according to AECOM, the engineering firm that produced the study.
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GRATING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grating for English Language Learners
: a frame with bars across it that is used to cover an opening
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