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a rancher who grazes cattle or sheep for market

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All five directors from the previous Board have been reappointed to their positions: ricegrower, Les Gordon; mixed farmer and grazier, Peter Tuohey; beef producer, Grant Maudsley; mixed farmer and grazier, David Jochinke; and beef producer, Mark Horan.
On October 30, 1942, Able Seaman Colin Grazier, 22, from Tamworth and First Lieutenant Tony Fasson, 29, from Jedburgh in Scotland, drowned capturing secret material from a sinking U-boat.
The audience will also see projected images of Grazier, Fasson and Brown.
John Sydney came the Australia in the early 1840s and went out back to try his luck as a grazier.
Dudley Council in the West Midlands said it was delighted at the successful prosecution of Linda Grazier, who committed the offence in June as she emerged from Poundland into the town's market place.
However, Sir John Smith VC in his 1968 GC book wrote that there was considerable discussion that the posthumous GC awards to Fasson and Grazier of HMS Petard should have merited the VC.
Although scientific information is abundant, the public often doesn't have a way to put it in context, said Kevin Grazier, an investigation scientist with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology.
The former Live Aid organiser has splashed out more than pounds 2,000 to secure all 12 rooms at the Colin Grazier Hotel in Tamworth, Staffordshire.
Assistant Account Executive Sarah Grazier, who brings experience in public relations and journalism through previous work at Schneider Associates, Boston University's College of Communication and the Nashua Telegraph.
A TALK on Tamworth war hero Colin Grazier will take place to mark the 70th anniversary of a daring mission which helped bring about the end of World War II.
The two other men on the HMS Petard, mission Able Seaman Colin Grazier and First Lieutenant Tony Fasson, lost their lives.
Corporal John Grazier, aged 35, said he felt it was time to pull out of Iraq.
The new rules do not allow a grazier who is taking a crop of grass, currently covered by a Grazing Licence or Profit of Pasturage, to make a claim for the new entitlements.
The election of the NFF Board for 2014-15 was also held at the Members Council and AGM, with NSW mixed farmer and grazier, Fiona Simson elected as Vice-President.
They took tin panels from the pens to create some kind of obstacle course," said grazier Chris Evans, of Cae Gwyn, Pentrefoelas.