Grade

Business / Construction / Grade: Ground level, or the elevation at any given point. Also the work of leveling dirt. Also the designated quality of a manufactured piece of wood.
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Grade Noun Synonyms: hill, slope, rise, gradient, acclivity, declivity, incline, decline, ascent, descent, upgrade, downgrade
Grade Adjective Synonyms: degree, position, rank, status, stage, standing, station, gradation, echelon, class, level, category, condition, state, estate, situation, rung
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Grades And Standards

Business / Agriculture / Grades And Standards: The segregation, or classification, of agricultural commodities into groupings that share common characteristics. Grades provide a common 'trading language,' or common reference, so that buyers and se MORE

Grade A Pasteurized Milk Ordinance

Business / Agriculture / Grade A Pasteurized Milk Ordinance: Minimum standards and requirements for Grade A milk production and processing are outlined in the Grade A Pasturized Milk Ordinance (PMO) published by the Food and Drug Administration. Grade A standar MORE

Grade A Milk

Business / Agriculture / Grade A Milk: Milk produced under sufficiently sanitary conditions to qualify for fluid (beverage) consumption. Also referred to as fluid grade milk. Only Grade A milk is regulated under federal milk marketing orde MORE

Letter Grades-Grade Point Averages (GPA)

Life Style / College / Letter Grades-Grade Point Averages (GPA): Most colleges use both letter grades and GPA's in determining students' grades. Grades at most colleges are figured using the following method: A's are worth 4 points, B's are worth 3 points, C's are MORE

Retrograde Filling

Health / Dentistry / Retrograde Filling: A method of sealing the root canal by preparing and filling it from the root tip, generally done at the completion of an apicoectomy. MORE

Retrograde Application

Science / Astrology / Retrograde Application: Term used in reference to a retrograde planet which, because of its retrograde motion, applies to an aspect with another planet. If both planets are moving toward each other, the term mutual applicati MORE