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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 nightlife is mainly in and around Grote Market and the most popular club is called Liquid, which is for those aged 23 and over and plays 70s and 80s tunes.
The marketplace is extremely receptive to this product concept and is ready to apply it to a wide variety of vehicles," Grote said, citing a recent study of the restyling market conducted by Grote Industries.
The audience got its first glimpse of LightForm as Grote walked around the room, holding an illuminated sheet of paper-thin material, which he flexed, bent, twisted and rolled.
It's just so nice being outdoors," Grote explained.
Mr Grote, aged 41, said: "Even though I'm stepping down as chairman after three years, I'll still be on the committee so I'll still be here to help.
The race reference was partially a literal one, as Grote explained how the company will soon deliver an advanced LED forward lamp.
For more information, contact Paula Wernet at Grote Company by e-mail: sales@grotecompany.
Jon Grote, who runs the The Rainbow Inn, in Birmingham Road, Allesley Village, was issued with a noise abatement order after neighbours complained about disturbance late at night.
The Grote Co, based in Wrexham, North Wales, tel:0197 836 2243, and Columbus, Ohio are well known as manufacturers of band blade slicers that are used in processing a wide variety of cooked meats, fresh meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables and bakery items.
Kurt Grote of Palo Alto won his second title in the seven-day competition with a victory in the 200 breaststroke.
Major organization : RIJKSWATERSTAAT GROTE PROJECTEN EN ONDERHOUD (GPO) (361633343)
Recent Introductions made by Grote Company include a full line of sandwich automation equipment, ranging from bread denesters, manual bread collators, and buttering systems to volumetric depositors (for condiments, sauces and wet salads), ultrasonic and mechanical cutters, and sandwich assembly conveyors (with optional belt wash/clean-in-place systems).