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GRAS

abbr.
generally recognized as safe (US Food and Drug Administration label)
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GRAS

(græs)
generally recognized as safe: a status label assigned by the FDA to a listing of substances (GRAS′ list`) not known to be hazardous to health.
[1970–75]
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Of course, those products will remain in the market under the specter and shadow of the FDA's February ruling that those 12 ingredients are no longer considered Category I GRASE filters.
Two of the ingredients, PABA and trolamine salicylate, would not be considered GRASE because of safety concerns, the FDA said, adding that for the other 12 ingredients, there is currently not enough data to determine whether they are GRASE.
"We started thinking about the future, and it didn't seem like there was even any other option other than just starting a studio together," Grase says.
Pynson goes on to condemn the reading of vanities, 'for redynge of vanite engendryth vayne thought distroyes deuosion in man', the proper study for whom is his 'synne and what grase by god in you wrought is'.
The culmination of this development away from a fear of creativity as death-inducing to an understanding of poetry as death-defying is to be found in Droste's late poem "Im Grase" (In the Grass).
We had had some initial discussions with Acxiom begfore the last round of venture capital, but Joe and his organization definitely helped to grase the skids," he said.
Heisser Mittag schlaft auf den Fluren.(93) Du liegst im Grase.(94) Still!(95)
Given the pressing current needs, they tend to mine the soil or over grase the land in order to extract as high an output and income as possible from the use of resources at its disposal; they move to marginal and fragile areas as productivity on the better endowed lands declines and demand for food increases; they have no resources to replenish soil once it is mined or depleted, nor do they have ability to undertake soil and water conservation measures.
It designated only two ingredients (zinc oxide and titanium dioxide) as GRASE Category I approved ingredients, banished two others (PABA and tiolamine salicylate) to Category II (not allowed) status, and relegated the remaining 12 ingredients to Category HI; i.e., unsafe until extensive data is submitted to approve them as GRASE Category I.
OTC monographs establish conditions under which ingredients may be marketed without approved new drug applications because they are generally recognized as safe and effective (GRASE) "and not misbranded," according to the FDA.