ALOAF

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ALOAFAsset Library Open Architecture Framework
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Soaring wheat prices mean that the price of aloaf of bread will go through the pounds 1 barrier any time now.
At Meriden and Bickenhill, each inhabitant received aloaf of bread, a pint of strong ale (very strong, in fact, for it had been brewed 24 years earlier) and a share of the 3,000 lbs of 'fat ox beef', provided by the lord of the manor.