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a judge who assigns grades to something

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In some areas, farmers worked off their taxes by hitching work teams to a grader and pulling it over country roads.
The Power Grader is equipped with a line of carbide-steel "scarifiers," or teeth, like those on some tractor blades, positioned in front of the graders blade.
A simulation experiment was designed and implemented to help managers decide whether to add an additional grader in a softwood planing mill.
However, the players are not alone and there is a way for them to "cheat" in this classroom, in the form of elementary advice from real 5th graders who always seem to know more than the contestants.
At under $1,000 the Power Grader costs less than a box blade w not to mention the tractor you would need to pull it.
SolidWorks 3D CAD software is an indispensable tool for us to develop complex shapes that are ready for production," said designer Torgeir Hamsund, co-founder and CEO of 360 Grader Produktdesign.
The test was last administered for fourth graders in 2009 and for eighth graders in 2011.
Chief Executive Officer at Road Construction Company Engehard Haimambo expressed his gratitude for the graders and said that the RCC will have further acquisitions of construction equipment.
Those are central findings from the 2007 Monitoring the Future survey, which has measured drug, alcohol, and cigarette use among 8th, 10th, and 12th graders nationwide each year since 1975.
The reported rate of cigarette smoking among 8th, 10th, and 12th graders in the United States is at an all-time low, but the nonmedical use of prescription narcotics is on the rise.
Students in all grades showed some decline in illicit drug use between 2006 and 2007, but the 1-year decline among 8th graders was the only category to reach statistical significance (a drop of nearly 2%).
The new data show that "the progress being made at this point is primarily among the older teens, as a cohort effect works its way up the age spectrum," he said, explaining that class cohorts of 8th graders are bringing their lower levels of drug use with them as they age into 10th and 12th grades.
Participants were comprised of two cohorts (daily and weekly) of compound bilingual first graders, with a mean age of 5.
Second graders have joined the book club since its inception in 1993, and membership has grown from 70 to 132 youth members.