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a former English silver coin worth four pennies

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The car is then seen driving away at speed, knocking the woman, and another man, to the floor outside The Chronicle's former offices in Newcastle's Groat Market.
Desmond showed the groat and the amber to his pupils, but later that day, during the lunch-break, he became so ill he went home.
Joseph Macdonald (1835-1916), the principal founder of the town of Strathcona, settler of Edmonton's River Lot 11, and a son of one of Edmonton's earliest traders, reminisced in a 1908 interview upon having personally observed the old chimneys of a fort on the Groat Flats in 1855.
The case was brought by former United Healthcare medical director Tina Groat, who alleged that a certain suite of tests offered by Boston Heart--and ordered by treating physicians--was in all cases medically unnecessary for patients with certain diagnostic codes.
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Geological Survey, Charles Groat, wrote a study finding no evidence of groundwater contamination from fracking; the study didn't disclose Groat's seat on the board of Plains Exploration & Production, for which he was reportedly paid $400,000 in 2011--more than double his university pay.
But those risks "are very similar, if not exactly the same, as the impacts that we see from conventional gas development," said Charles "Chip" Groat, who led the study.
DOHA JOHN De Groat emerged the winner of the Flight A at the Monthly Mug golf tournament as Vodafone Qatar becomes new sponsor of the event at the Doha Golf Club.
Exmoor is introducing its own free currency, the Groat, to give visitors extra value during their stay and help beat the credit crunch.
EXMOOR is printing its own currency, the groat, to give visitors extra value during their holiday and help beat the credit crunch.
But groat size is also important for the manufacture of "old fashioned" oat flakes, because the size of the groat determines the size of the flake.
The coins included a silver groat of Edward lV, issued between 1466 and 1467, two silver groats, also of Edward lV issued 1418 to 1483, and a silver double patard of the Duke of the Burgoigne issued between 1467 and 1477.
The long, slender groat is covered with fine hairs (or trichomes).
TO donate to Go Bananas, visit justgiving.com/Go-Bananas-June, call the office on 0191 201 6090, text GBSF55 followed by the amount to 70070, or deliver donations to The Chronicle's office reception in Groat Alternatively, send cheques made payable to The Chronicle Sunshine Fund, Groat Market, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1ED.