GROG


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AcronymDefinition
GROGGuide du Rôliste Galactique (French gaming group)
GROGGroupes Régionaux d'Observation de la Grippe
GROGGoodwood Racehorse Owners Group (UK)
GROGGlobal Resource Observation Group (formed 2001)
GROGGeriatric Radiation Oncology Group (Italy)
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Stuart Drysdale, director in Christie & Co's Edinburgh office, added: "The Grog & Gruel has recorded steady levels of turnover and profitability in recent years and requires little capital expenditure."
Residents told how two gunmen ran out of a dark-coloured car and tried to open the door to the Grog Shop, while the suspected target kept it tight shut.
While I normally scour menus for a vegan symbol, there were none to be found on the Grub and Grog's list.
The surface where glass would fill on the plaster mould was covered with sand or grog again.
Seasonal classics such as grog and mulled wine have the added benefit of being able to warm cold hands, as they are usually served piping hot.
Bought for the Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group (Grog) by Richard Frisby at the same venue when a 27,000gns Book 2 yearling, the son of Jeremy then went on to do the 150 syndicate members proud, winning and finishing placed twice before earning a careerhigh rating of 99 when fourth in the Listed Noel Murless Stakes.
"A new and positive cure for Blotched Face, Barber's Itch, Scall-Head, Black-heads or Grubs, Salt Rheum, Papules, Erythema, Nettle Rash, Lichen, Prurigo or Itching, Eczema, Prairie, Seven Year, Camp or Army Itch, Branny Tetter, Ringworm, Liver Spots, Honey Comb Ringworm, Ringworm of Scalp, Bald Spots, Dandruff, Tetter, Itch, Grog Blossom, Tooth Rash, Prickly Heat, Shingles, Scale Disease &c.
over Petty Officer RN or Sergeant RM, would get his ration or "tot" undiluted, known as "neaters"; every junior rank would get his "tot" as "grog", one part rum to two parts of water, about a third of a pint.
A location near the very bottom of the island of Manhattan, built in the 1800s, provided the perfect backdrop to bring that history to life as The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog.
So much official concern about pork and grog, none about the plight of the dog.
Daniel Keeton works at Bend's Boneyard Brewery tasting room in Oregon and has named his creation Dawg Grog, Stuff.co.nz reported.
To make a packed-particle bed filter, the potter starts with pre-fired clay, or grog, which is fired clay that has been ground up.