Definitions for "Grit"
Sand or gravel; rough, hard particles.
The coarse part of meal.
Grain, esp. oats or wheat, hulled and coarsely ground; in high milling, fragments of cracked wheat smaller than groats.
Firmness of mind; invincible spirit; unyielding courage; fortitude.
fortitude and determination; "he didn't have the guts to try it"
a pre-1990 trust in which the grantor retained an interest in order to minimize the gift to the remaindermen, usually members of younger generations, and to shift future appreciation to them; after 1990, GRITs (except for a GRIT that holds only a personal residence used by persons who hold term interests in the trust) must be in the form of a GRAT or a GRUT
an irrevocable trust to which the grantor transfers the property in question, reserving an income interest for himself
Grantor Retained Income Trust. A tax-saving trust in which a grantor transfers property to a beneficiary, but receives income until termination, at which time the beneficiary begins receiving the income.
Grit was a newspaper founded in 1882 as the Saturday edition of the Williamsport, Pennsylvania Daily Sun and Banner. In 1885, the name was purchased for $1000 by 25-year-old German immigrant Dietrick Lamade, who established a circulation of 4000 during the first year.
This is a term invented by Charles Osgood to refer to a gradual de-escalation process, in which one side makes a unilateral, minor concession in the hopes that the other side will then be encouraged to do the same. This is then followed by a second concession, which hopefully is matched, and the de-escalation process then continues with matched concessions and disarming moves.
Tenacity; a dog which is fearless, aggressive and confident in pursuing game.
Keywords:  clench, teeth, together, one
clench together; "grit one's teeth"
Keywords:  hull, corn, kernel, outer, exposed
the inside of a corn kernel exposed after the outer covering, or hull, is removed
BS 6069 (Part 2) defines ?grit? as particulate matter that is larger in size than 75µm in diameter.
Small size aggregate 5mm or less.
Keywords:  friends, close
close friends
Keywords:  roads, cover
cover with a grit; "grit roads"
Keywords:  great