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There is a word grace referring to closing programs or connections. Example: Connection closed gracefully. Since I am not a native speaker, I don't want to edit anything here, but I believe this is missing. -- 18:55, 11 September 2006 (UTC)

This is just a normal usage of one normal meaning of the word: gracefully = elegantly (meaning 1) Dbfirs 22:03, 26 November 2007 (UTC)

The entry seemed to give undue focus to the Christian view of grace, and I thought that might be a little confusing. I tried to clean it up a bit and keep the main idea from the first paragraph in there under another entry. Defining the grace of God is a very difficult thing to do, and I'm sure someone will be able to improve what I've done there. Please don't be offended, as I'm editing in good faith. You will just have to give me a little, ahem, grace. --Micah Hainline 03:41, 5 November 2006 (UTC)

Verb: to grace[edit]

The definition is not quite right, but I need to consult written dictionaries to improve on it. Can anyone else help. Dbfirs 22:00, 26 November 2007 (UTC)