Dirt ingrained on the surface of something, esp. clothing, a building, or the skin
A form of dance music influenced by UK garage, characterized by machinelike sounds and hip-hop vocals
dirt: the state of being covered with unclean things
dirty: make soiled, filthy, or dirty; "don't soil your clothes when you play outside!"
GrimE (Grim Engine) is an adventure game engine, created by Bret Mogilefsky at LucasArts using the free software scripting language Lua. It was first used for Grim Fandango. Partly based on the Sith engine, GrimE was the successor to SCUMM, preserving some of that engine's features. ...
Grime is the third and final studio album album by Danish death metal band Iniquity released in 2001 before disbanding in 2004.
Grime is a genre of urban music that first emerged in Bow, East London, England in the early 2000s, primarily a development of UK garage, dancehall, and hip hop.
(Grimes (surname)) Grimes is a surname, that is believed to be of a Scandinavian or Irish descent and may refer to: * John & Edward, Irish twins and music duo * Aoibhinn Grimes * Ashley Grimes * Barbara Grimes, a Chicago murder victim * Bryan Grimes, American Civil War Confederate major general ...
(Grimes [Grymes]) William Grym in 1314 inherited a messuage and land from Matilda his mother – 'Grimes' was applied to the house and land now called Barford Cottage and the fields adjoining
(Grimes) was the first in a series of English operas, of which Billy Budd (1951) and The Turn of the Screw (1954) were particularly admired. These operas share common themes. For example, most feature an 'outsider' character, who is excluded or misunderstood by society. ...
Surface dirt: a combination of air-borne soot, nicotine, and cooking grease. Dirt can be in the varnish, on top of the paint layer, or on top of the varnish.
Complex in rhythm yet fiercely minimal in construction, grime is based on the shuffling 2-step beat. Birthed in the inner boroughs of London, grime is distinctly un-American in its approach to hip-hop. Its influences come from all over — Jamaica, the Caribbean, U.K. ...
Genre of music indigenous to the UK, performed by the likes of Dizzee Rascal. Mostly mid-tempo, stripped-down, minimal style of music comprising of beats and bass with simple rhythms