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Grit may refer to:
- GRIT (gene), also known as Arhgap32 or PX-RICS
- Grit (newspaper), a U.S. periodical founded as a newspaper in 1882
- Grit (album), by Celtic fusion musician Martyn Bennett
- Grit (album), by Norwegian rock band Madrugada
- Grit (grain), bran, chaff, mill-dust (meanings that have gone obsolete) also coarse oatmeal.
- Grits, a corn-based food common in the Southern United States
- GRITS, a Christian hip-hop group
- Grits (novel) by Niall Griffiths
- Grit size, measurement of abrasives used in sandpaper and other polishing materials
- Grit bin, used to hold rock salt
- The Grit, vegetarian restaurant in Athens, Georgia, US
- Clear Grits, political reformers in the Province of Upper Canada
- Grits, colloquial term for the Liberal Party of Canada
- Grit, Ruby library for object oriented read/write access to Git repositories.
- Grit (personality trait)
- Grit, a 1915 silent film starring William S. Hart
- Grit (TV network)
Grit may also be:
- Gritstone, a sedimentary rock composed of coarse sand grains and small stones
- Gastrolith, abrasive substances eaten by some animals to aid in digestion
- Shell grit, source of calcium for birds
- Grit, a character from the video game Advance Wars
- Grit Šadeiko (born 1989), Estonian heptathlete
- In Grinding (abrasive cutting), a cutting material, or the classification of such a material by size.
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