He is host of "The David Webb Show" on Sirius XM Patriot and “The grinder” business talk show on AM 970 New York City.
In barrels around the grinder's edge, artillery simulators blasted away.
On the "grinder," a black asphalt courtyard, would-be SEALs spend hours doing mass calisthenics.
By now we were in a state of maximum disorientation, just trying to stay on the grinder with the others.
Mr. grinder was still away, and Mr. Canning had not yet arrived.
The man to judge a forger's work is a grinder, and not another forger.
Here's the young woman comen that we were a-talken about by-now,' said a grinder, suddenly interrupting.
You see that this fellow whom they call the grinder was certainly the man I struck.
If Mr grinder wanted a shelter for his customers he should pay for it himself.
grinder was arrested and tried but no proof could be secured.
Old English grindere "one who grinds (grain);" agent noun from grind (v.). Meaning "molar tooth" is late 14c. (Old English had grindetoð). Meaning "machine for milling" is from 1660s; of persons, from late 15c. Large sandwich sense is from 1954, though the exact signification is uncertain (perhaps from the amount of chewing required to eat one).