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Synonyms for grate

shred

grate on someone or grate on someone's nerves

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to bring or come into abrasive contact, often with a harsh grating sound

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a frame of iron bars to hold a fire

a harsh rasping sound made by scraping something

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a barrier that has parallel or crossed bars blocking a passage but admitting air

furnish with a grate

reduce to small shreds or pulverize by rubbing against a rough or sharp perforated surface

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make a grating or grinding sound by rubbing together

scratch repeatedly

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Also note that we would not recommend taking on a single-stock position for the purposes of executing a GRAT strategy, but to the extent that you have made the decision to hold it, it becomes the best asset to place in a GRAT.
A client could be a candidate for GRAT consideration if he or she has:
First, a short-term GRAT minimizes exposure to the risk that the senior family member will die during the term, which, as stated above, would cause all or a portion of the value of the GRAT assets to be included in the senior family member's gross estate.
Only the value of the remainder portion of a GRAT or GRUT is treated as a taxable gift.
When the transferor retains an annuity or similar interest in the transferred property (as in the case of a GRAT or GRUT), the transferor is not selling the transferred property to a third party in exchange for an annuity because there is no other owner of property negotiating or engaging in a sale transaction with the transferor.
The silver lining in this dark cloud is that the reduced value can make it more cost effective to transfer a significant portion of the business to family members using a GRAT.
GRATs: A GRAT is a very useful device in today's low-interest-rate environment.
If not used to purchase a replacement property, the trust terminates and the assets are distributed to the trust "term holder" or can be converted to a 1990 act gift trust, such as a GRAT.
Of the 3,000,000 shares, 1,000,000 are being offered by the Company and 2,000,000 are being offered by three selling stockholders - the Molina Siblings Trust, the MRM GRAT 903/2 and the MRM GRAT 904/2.
To the extent practicable, an equal number of shares shall be sold from the Gary Burrell GRAT and the Judith Burrell GRAT.
Additionally, the AFR interest paid under the installment note, which flows back into the grantor's estate, is less than the 120%-of-AFR annuity payment required under the GRAT rules.