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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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A view of the Groat Market where the incident took place
He gave a baffled look at first, and then he mentioned the groat he'd found on the Welsh beach.
I saw the old chimneys of one of these old establishments still showing on Groat's Flat in 1855.
The Groat opinion relied on an unpublished California district-court case, Garcia v.
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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 groats have the highest lipid concentration (about 6.5%) of any cereal grain.
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It's a groat deal A Scottish silver groat coin from the reign of James IV sold for pounds 1300 yesterday at the Spink auction house in London.