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Etymology 1 n. (plural of gram English) Etymology 2

n. grandmother

Grams (search)

Grams is a search engine for Tor based darknet markets launched in April 2014. The service allows users to search multiple markets for products like drugs and guns from a simple search interface.

The services uses a custom API to scrape listings from several markets such as Alpha Bay and others, to return search listings. The site is described by the Global Drug Policy Observatory to have "transformed how people search the hidden web".

In May 2014 the site added Gramwords, a service similar to Google's AdWords search sponsorship system for vendors. Additionally their profile system allows for cross-market vendor contact details and reviews to be held centrally.

Later that year in June the creators released Grams Flow, a clearnet to Tor redirection service serving various dark net sites and in November, a banner advertising network for Tor sites, TorAds which has not yet had much success.

'InfoDesk' allows central content and identity management for vendors, reducing the complexity of around maintaining presences on multiple markets.

Usage examples of "grams".

From the rule already given, grams per quintal may be converted into ounces to the ton by multiplying by 0.

The weights run 50, 20, 10, 10, 5, 2, 1, 1 and 1 grams, and are formed of brass.

A solution is prepared by digesting 15 or 20 grams of the commercial litmus in 100 c.

The question is now resolved to this: if 150 grams of oxide of tin require 130 grams of cyanide, how much will 5 grams require?

The specific gravity, then, may be determined by dividing the weight of a substance in grams by its volume in c.

If the bottle filled with water weighs 50 grams, and there is placed on the pan alongside of it 20 grams of a sand, the weight of the two together will of course be 70 grams.

A certain quantity, say 20 grams, of the powdered substance is then transferred carefully to the bottle.

A charge of more than 3 or 5 grams of the ore cannot be worked in one, and with such small charges the unavoidable variations have a serious effect on the figures reported.

As a general rule, if more than 5 grams of ore must be taken, the crucible assay should be adopted.

If the button of metal weighs more than 30 grams, its size is reduced by another scorification in the same scorifier, which should have been replaced in the muffle immediately after the contents had been poured out.

Or, if the cupellation loss is neglected or calculated in some other manner, the slag or slags from the scorifier may be powdered and mixed with 20 grams of oxide of lead, 5 grams of borax, and 1 gram of charcoal.

With ores that produce a thick slag the addition of 5 grams of fluor spar will be an advantage.

If this is not satisfactory repeat the assay, adding an extra gram of nitre for each 4 grams of lead in excess of that required, or 1 gram of flour for a 12-gram deficiency.

Take 80 grams of litharge and 20 grams of a mixture of borax and soda.

If this amount of flour is fused with 80 grams of red lead, a button of lead weighing 22 grams will be formed, the other 16 grams being kept up by the oxygen of the red lead.