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cracklings, an edible raw fat from the meat trade. The skimmings from the preparation of this fat are also called greaves. They represent a low grade of meat meal.
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Greaves first indicated that he had been thinking about a career-culminating revisitation of Bunyan in the preface to his John Bunyan and English Nonconformity (1992), an anthology of revised articles.
He is a great finisher but he enjoys being involved in the making of a goal more than Lineker and Greaves did.
I can vividly recall the opening goal scored by Greaves as if it was yesterday.
Paul Gascoigne appeared with |Jimmy Greaves in a talk-in at the Sage Gateshead in November 2011
Miss Greaves said she had been in "absolute agony", could not sleep, and was forced to go to hospital.
Greaves will allow Chromatin to gain significant insight from his leadership in crop development and biotechnology operations, as the company readies itself for the production of products supporting the energy feedstock sector.
Following a successful 2015 season, the Ricardo driveline package delivered to Greaves Motorsport is fully optimized and race-ready for 2016.
Greaves played in the opening games of England's 1966 World Cup victory, but injury and the successful inclusion of Geoff Hurst led to his non-selection for the final although, following a petition, Greaves belatedly but deservedly was awarded a winner's medal.
Hurst scored 24 goals in 49 games for England while Greaves scored 44 goals in 57 internationals.
The Chelsea goals that day came from Mortimore, Bradbrook, Greaves and Gibbs, with a reply from Newcastle from George Eastham.
Retired Greaves, 56, is accused of stealing the money from a locked exhibit store in the old wine cellar beneath the force's old HQ.
When asked about the payments, Greaves said he knew a couple of tipsters with whom he was "almost certain to win money" every time he bet.