• But Comcast is now looking beyond grinding out operating efficiencies and adding customers through mergers.

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  • In Group B Nigeria also failed to shine, grinding out a 0-0 draw with Mozambique - who should have won the game.

    BBC: Egypt and Nigeria in shock draws

  • Hands told BBC Hereford and Worcester it had been all about grinding out the result they needed to preserve their Conference status.

    BBC: Redditch United 1-0 Hyde United

  • But after grinding out some close wins lately, including a rally from 27 down in Cleveland, no one counted them out until the final buzzer.

    NPR: Heat's Winning Streak Ends At 27 In Chicago

  • After his death in 1954, the company went on grinding out its books every month and every year out of its Bronx compound, with little competition, decade after decade.

    FORBES: Mousetrapped

  • Lancaster made a positive start with his new-look team, grinding out wins against Scotland and Italy, and four penalties from young new fly-half Owen Farrell gave the coach hope of another victory.

    CNN: Welsh edge England in Six Nations thriller

  • And while game studios spending millions grinding out futuristic or violent epics have to rely on distribution via store shelves and online retailers like Amazon.com, casual game developers have more options.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Captain Phil Vickery - who made his England debut as a replacement at the Stade de France 10 years ago - praised his side's dedication in grinding out a confidence-boosting victory.

    BBC: Ashton proud of England display

  • On the baize, Ebdon can excite with his fine shot-making but exasperate by grinding out results - he took five minutes to make a break of 12 at the Crucible in 2005.

    BBC: Peter Ebdon

  • In addition to grinding out 60 million pounds of cheese a year, it is the official cheese-curd supplier to the Minnesota State Fair, where about 105, 000 pounds of curds were bought last year.

    WSJ: Extreme Cheeseheads Choke It Down

  • Kelly knocked down 10 of 14 shots — including 7 of 9 3-pointers— for the Blue Devils (25-4, 12-4 ACC), who avenged a blowout road loss in January by grinding out a tough win in Cameron Indoor Stadium.

    NPR: Kelly Lifts No. 3 Duke Past No. 5 Miami 79-76

  • Williams' absence increases the chances of world No. 4 Agnieszka Radwanska making a successful defense of her title, which began with the Pole grinding out a 7-, 6-3 win over Yulia Putintseva, a promising 18-year-old wild card entry from Kazakhstan.


  • And while game studios spending millions grinding out futuristic or violent epics have to rely on distribution via store shelves and online retailers like Amazon.com (nasdaq: AMZN - news - people ), casual game developers have more options.

    FORBES: Games Girls Play

  • It's just a matter of grinding them out and getting fit.

    BBC: Surman strike enough for Wolves

  • Growth can help pull the masses out of grinding poverty and create new business opportunities in the industrial world.

    FORBES: Sustainable Consumption Rising on the Business Agenda

  • The many writs, threats, injunctions and court cases have become embroiled in slow-grinding legal machinations, been thrown out on technical grounds or failed because foreign firms had not properly registered their designs.

    ECONOMIST: Counterfeit cars in China

  • The first time Bernie Madoff called me, the grinding sounds of a floor buffer in the background nearly drowned him out.

    NEWYORKER: Madoff’s Curveball

  • Tracking south, the blustery sandstone cliffs and grinding Pacific Ocean could not be more spectacular: keep an eye out for passing dolphins, whales and rubber-clad surfers.

    BBC: Sydney by the sea

  • The idea is to couple the central processing units (CPUs) cranked out by Intel and AMD, which can move nimbly from one kind of task to another, with the GPUs put out by AMD and Nvidia, which are good at grinding through vast numbers of tasks at the same time.

    FORBES: Nvidia, AMD Go For Graphics Market

  • Like many Ladakhi houses, this one reserves the lowest floor for livestock, and the tiny gray donkey, whose braying--like rusty hinges grinding--has kept me awake these past two nights, steps out to sun himself.

    FORBES: Feature

  • Unfortunately, experience suggests the most likely outcome is yet more blundering in and out of ceasefires and abortive peace deals, while the region remains in grinding poverty.

    ECONOMIST: Philippines

  • The mating song of the male has been described as beginning with a resonant rattle, continuing with a pop-like a cork being pulled from a wine bottle, followed by the pouring of a liquid out of a narrow-necked bottle and ending with the sound of knife grinding.

    BBC: Capercaillie extinction fears ruffle feathers

  • Some people have looked at the idea of grinding up peridotite and using it to soak up emissions from power stations, but the process turns out to be expensive, partly because of the costs of transporting all the rock.

    ECONOMIST: Greenhouse gases

  • Teeth grinding (also called bruxism) is very common, affecting more than 30 million Americans, including 3 out of every 10 kids.

    CNN: What can I do about teeth grinding?

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