Graft

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Graft

An informal term for bribery.
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Alison McKenzie, Burns Outreach Nurse at the Grafters Club, added: "This is the largest single donation we have ever received and as a small charity this means so much.
Based at the RVI in Newcastle, The Grafters Club works with children and their families in the North East and Cumbria who have suffered burns.
Another, who asked not to be named, said: "Never mind Grafters - this mob should be called Shafters.
Further tries came from man-of-the-match Scott Farnsworth, Curtis Todd, Josh Dixon, top grafter Alex Rollins Farnsworth and Lamb.
Neil Stuke - my screen husband in Grafters - will no doubt be coming to some of my future dinner parties.
Top tackler Jamie Kelly, Dickinson and Robert Dowling added goals, with Kiseev, Ben McGrath and Chloe Monkman sharing the grafters award.
He leaves out the grafters and puts his boys on week in week out and no matter how bad they are they still get a game.
1 ROBSON Green and Stephen Tompkinson (below) return as building brothers Joe and Trevor Purvis in a new series of Grafters starting on ITV on Monday.
Harrison, one of the unsung backroom grafters at United, has been involved there for some 20 years, although he now works part-time.
She will star beside Robson Green in the next series of ITV's comedy-drama Grafters.
Jordan Andrade was the man-of-the-match and Harry McQuillan took the grafters title.