groser

groser

(ˈɡrəʊzə)
n
(Plants) Scot a gooseberry
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Mae 'na gaffi wirioneddol hyfryd a lliwgar yno: Idris Stores, sydd hefyd yn siop groser ac yn galeri, ac mae'r perchnogion yn hapus iawn i drio ymarfer eu Cymraeg.
When Parliament first met after the 2008 general election the smartest cross-party 'old-boy cohort evident was from the foreign ministry--with six MPs: Hekia Parata, Grant Robertson, Kennedy Graham, John Hayes, Tim Groser and David Cunliffe.
Dignitaries included former Virginia Governor James Gilmore, New Zealand Ambassador Tim Groser, Irish Deputy Chief of Mission Michael Lonergan, Washington Examiner columnist Tom Rogan, and many other high-ranking officials from government, military, media, and the business sectors.
F espicier), from espice sb.] 'a dealer in spices; an apothecary or druggist' 1297 NED); Grocere 1255, Grocer 1350, grocer 1423-4, Groser 1437-8, grosor 1458 (grocer [AF grosser; cp.
Tim Groser, presidente do Comite de Agricultura da OMC, afirmou:
20, New Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser said Wednesday.
New Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser said his side of the talks went to 5 am Monday morning before an agreement was set.
ATLANTA, , Dhu-AlHijjah 20, 1436, October 04, 2015, SPA -- New Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser said on Saturday a landmark Pacific free trade deal is within reach at talks in Atlanta and warned failing to finalize the pact would have worrisome long-term strategic implications, according to Reuters.
Groser. Groser went on to draw the maps for all 22 volumes of the second war series.
New Zealand's Trade Minister, Tim Groser, said New Zealanders would not pay any more for medicines as a result of the deal, but Labour's health spokesperson, Annette King, said the detail on the deal was "scant" and she was unconvinced there wouldn't still be costs "down the line in the health sector".