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Grade

(1) A designated ground level. (2) To change the contours of land.

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Inconsistent grading practices at the graduate level are particularly problematic because many graduate programs serve as gateways to the professions.
Kidd Wong, a 32-year-old Los Angeles city clerk who had just eaten at a downtown restaurant with a B grade, said he feels safer knowing the county is grading restaurants.
Histocytologic grading of mucoepidemoid carcinoma of major salivary glands in prognosis and survival: A clinicopathologic and flow cytometric investigation.
We recommended that administrators stay out of the grading process and that teachers not be required to give evidence that failing students had been retaught and retested.
In March 2000, the supervisors directed the Health Department to survey consumers on the Restaurant and Food Market Inspection and Grading System.
The literature on grading in higher education is extensive (Basinger, 1997; Becker et al.
County officials hailed the higher number of ``A'' grades as evidence that the restaurant grading system is working well.
In supporting a plus/minus grading system, another faculty member wrote, "I believe that many instructors look at students' progress, see [them] as having improved .
I do not like the proposed new marking system for grading report cards.
The Grading Games in American Education (New York, 1971), pp.
BGS will provide card grading services for Relic Gallery's exciting new "Graded Series 1.
The site enables sports collectors to submit sports cards to Collectors Universe's Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) division for grading and authentication.