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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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Grote adds that the concept could be applied to various types of pick modules, including floor only (using pallet rider trucks) or even a multi-level pick module (using conventional order pickers).
It turned out that an acquaintance of Grote forged his name, Buchanan told Whispers.
Before you schedule the conversation, Grote suggests double-checking your plans with HR."You're not asking for permission " you're the boss; you make the decisions " but you're asking if there's any reason you shouldn't go ahead with your plan.
She was the sister of the late Joanne (Grote) Kennedy and James Grote.
South Tyrol is a small region (2857 square miles; population 511,750) in Northern Italy, where the German-speaking majority makes up 69.5% of the population and Italian- and Ladin-speaking residents make up 26% and 4.5% of the population, respectively; the region can be seen as a 'microcosm of the political, economic and social issues that dominated the history of twentieth-century Europe.' In his short volume The South Tyrol Question, 1866-2010: From National Rage to Regional State, George Grote gives a comprehensive overview of South Tyrol's history and ethnic conflict and shows how the region has become 'a success story in minority protection of the European Union.'
The man who lives there, Steven Grote, says the two-bedroom flat in Wallace Gardens, Leam Lane, Gateshead, is not suitable to stay in following a fire.
Grote has addressed the longer production runs by assessing areas in our equipment where debris can build up between sanitation cycles.
Kaylyn Grote has managed to raise more than pounds 2,000 for Flintshire's North Clwyd Animal Rescue after completing a coastal trek from South to North Wales.
One of the locals whom people could always count on to share was Oliver Grote.
Dallas, Texas-based consultant Grote has specialized in performance management for 30 years, and has written several books on the topic.
The report quoted Walter Grote, Senior Vice-President, DGS-EC, as explaining "We can't run all these operations from one single country.
Grote provides an analysis of existing rules and of the rule management process shared between the state regulator and the railway organization, and discusses coordination in organizations with the specific focus on rules and routines as a coordination mechanism.