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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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Delighted Groats manager Kevin Anderson said: "I can't speak highly enough of the boys.
Buckwheat is available in several forms, including groats and flour.
In nearby Llanllyfni, another sleuth found 16 silver coins, including 13 English groats dating from 1352 to 1529, two double patards from the Netherlands (1467-74), and a half-groat of Henry VII (1485-1509).
They plan to travel by wheelchair from John o' Groats to Land's End in a world record-breaking 23 days, setting out on the 1,000-mile challenge on July 24.
The route has run from Lands End to Barnstable, to Gloucester, through Rotherham, then up to Tynemouth, Inverkeithing, Inverness and finally to John o' Groats.
The first group sets off from Lands End at 5am on June 11 and the final stage should finish at John o' Groats on June 14.
Scottish groats are commonly found in east Ulster and burying money close to a landmark was normal practice during the 14th century, the court was told.
stuffed with calamari, shrimps and hammour in a sea-food mix and orange and lemon zest with hints of saffron, spices and some nuts, served on a bed of mixed green salad garnished with lemon wedges and an interestingly named Etch Salad (Dh 28), again made of groats (type of whole grains), tomato, green onion, fresh mint, tomato paste, olive oil and lemon juice, presented in fine style.
Using natural, organic ingredients including Non-GMO raw nuts, sprouted buckwheat groats, carrots, pure maple syrup, vanilla beans, and fresh lemon, Chunkie Dunkies live up to Lauro's mission.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-May 25, 2012-Highland Wi-Fi announces latest Wi-Fi location in John O' Groats, Scotland(C)1994-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
RAY HUGHES took on the "challenge of his life" for Liverpool Unites as he walked a blistering 1,200 miles from Land's End to John O'Groats in 60 days.