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the hulled and crushed grain of various cereals

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Groats, who have won everything domestically this season, completed their second 'grand slam' in five years.
on Monday I could not access hazlehead Park to meet friends as the Queen's Road access was closed and Groats Road was closed.
The idea was actually a joke at first when Ryley asked if we could go on a big bus journey, I said what from John O Groats to Lands End, and then it just stuck." Ryley's love for buses encouraged him to learn to count to 1,000 by the time he started nursery.
But on the way to John o' Groats, I missed my junction.
Jay, who hails originally from the US, calls it the "missing link" for people walking the length of Britain, from Land's End in Cornwall to John o' Groats in the north-east of Scotland.
Buckwheat groats, known as kasha, are roasted and have a deep reddish-brown color and a toasted aroma, or unroasted, and are light brown or green.
Earlier this year, John o' Groats Airport was expanded using [pounds sterling]8m of funding from the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority to allow it to handle larger aircraft.
The 55-year-old set off from Land's End, Cornwall, on Tuesday last week and plans to arrive at John O' Groats, in the far north of Scotland, on Saturday, September 10.
The two groats (coins) were discovered in March last year in Pentir, Gwynedd.
STAFF from Wolvey-based construction group Galliford Try will be taking part in a non-stop cycle relay from Land's End to John o' Groats in aid of Cancer Research.
The Scottish groats were unearthed by an amateur treasure hunter who used a metal detector to scour a recently ploughed field near Banbridge in Co Down last January.
Two of their recommended items are their Seafood Kebbeh (Dh48) - a platter of four fried big balls of groats and fish fillet mixture
SOUTH Shields man Bill Skipper and 81-year-old Tony Rathbone will reach the halfway point on their mammoth charity cycle ride from Land's End in to John O' Groats this week.