GROE

AcronymDefinition
GROEGreatest Race on Earth
GROEGlobal Resources for Online Education (Computing Research Association; Washington, DC)
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Even our admin assistant contacted us to volunteer her services after reading about Baby GROE.
A spokesman said: "We are going to make improvements to the kitchens at the Groes - allowing for even better restaurant service.
Ms Rees says: "If you look at the OS Explorer Map for the Port Talbot area (165) and cast your eyes below the large blue 39 that marks the motorway junction at Margam, you'll see the word Groes stamped on a patch of green.
Restways, Llantrisant Road, Groes Faen is on the market for PS585,000.
Groes states that the key postmodern tropes present the city "as text, as narrative, as palimpsest, as a narrated labyrinthine space" (14).
The pub even has its own beer - The Groes Ale - produced in a joint project with the Great Orme Brewery, a local enterprise run by a cousin of the Humphreys family.
Interpretation & conclusions: The use of mycobacterial groES as a PCR-RFLP target for M.
After a protein enters one of the doughnuts, GroES caps the hole, thus initiating folding.
He added: "We would appeal for anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in the Maes y Groes area of Prestatyn yesterday evening to get in contact as soon as possible by calling us on 101.
It is a dangerous stretch of road coming down to the Groes pub from the Conwy direction.
Popty Cae Groes have again this July received another Gold Star for their Welsh cakes.
Popty Cae Groes has been baking bread and cakes from its premises in Llanllechid on the outskirts of Bethesda for more than 100 years, and has collected UK-wide Guild of Fine Foods gold awards for its mince pies and bara brith.