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Groat

In England and Scotland (and later the United Kingdom), a coin equal in value to four pence. Groats were first issued in the Middle Ages and ceased to be minted in 1856. However, they continued to circulate in British Guiana until 1955.
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The regulation thus undermines the conclusion, crucial to the Groat decision, that the laboratory bears the burden on medical necessity.
The two groats (coins) were discovered in March last year in Pentir, Gwynedd.
Groats can be downloaded online or collected from local tourism businesses in and around the National Park, which straddles West Somerset and North Devon.
Our objective for this study was to describe naked oat panicle and spikelet structure and to describe the observed variation in naked oat kernel size in comparison with hulled oat and their groat.
Oat lipids are highly unsaturated and the proportion in the groat varies with the cultivar.
Classical studies of groat protein and oil content have been largely limited to estimates of heritability, gene action, and correlation.
Usually, they're not in good shape when they come in, but you can bet they are in great shape when they leave,'' Groat said.
Editor, The Chronicle, Groat Market, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE1 The Chronicle newspaper is published by ncjMedia, a subsidiary company of Trinity Mirror PLC, which is a member of IPSO, the Independent Press Standards Organisation.
Personally, I don't know what all the fuss is about, because true patriots like me never accepted the pound anyway and are still battling valiantly to reinstate the groat as our national unit of currency.
CHARACTERISTICS most commonly used to describe oat quality include test weight, groat percentage, groat weight, and groat composition.
Jim Groat, director of Cenprime, said the market had been running at a loss for some time and that the closure had now become unavoidable.
Ken Groat, Tjornborn Riise and Stewart Hunter now face an inquiry by council bosses on Shetland.