GRIT


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AcronymDefinition
GRITGrantor Retained Income Trust (estate planning)
GRITGuts Resilience Initiative Tenacity
GRITGirl Raised In the South
GRITGhost Recon: Island Thunder (game)
GRITGraduated and Reciprocated Initiatives in Tension-Reduction (psychology)
GRITGradual Reduction in Tension
GRITGroup Range Indication Type Fire (UK)
GRITGroup, Range, Indication, Target (gunfire control)
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"Didn't imagine you'd got the grit. You know I'm not the chap to be let down easy.
That requires uncommon grit. Grit of a special kind."
For the year ending June, GRIT explained trading was "in line" with its expectations with its portfolio continuing to "deliver secure and growing income."
Councillor Karen Kennedy has been left fuming by the state of grit bins in her ward, with one in Galloway Avenue littered with dog waste bags and glass bottles.
"Should we teach grit as a way for students to better achieve their goals?"
With the street's grit bin also removed, concerned residents say one side of the road is left "like an ice rink".
Engineering and design firm Stantec revealed on Tuesday the launch of a Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire True Grit Engineering in Q4 2018 for an undisclosed amount.
The True Grit Engineering acquisition is expected to close in 4Q18.
The lecture, titled True Grit: The Surprising, and Inspiring, Science of Success, was held at Al Bateen Palace in Abu Dhabi and was attended by His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces.
The council aims to grit an impressive 415km of Coventry's road network over the winter period, with each of the city's eight gritting routes having its own dedicated gritting vehicle.
"We have refilled our 1,450 grit bins at least four times so far this season compared to twice last year.
The council has 475 grit bins located around Stirling area.