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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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The court heard that on May 1 Greaves and his team from Scholes Cricket Club were celebrating winning a cup game.
Even before she began her medical business, Greaves has been involved in outreach missions with the Rotary Foundation and the Canadian Medical Mission Society.
Speaking after the inquest Mr Greaves' father, Simon Greaves, described his son, who lived in Norman Road, Wrexham, but grew up in Shropshire, as "remarkable".
Prosecutor Jenny Haigh told Teesside Crown Court that although Greaves accepted pushing and kicking the woman she now said she could not remember what happened.
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.
Greaves was once a familiar face on Midlands television as a soccer pundit, but he will be most affectionately remembered, by those of us living in Birmingham or the Black Country, and privileged enough to see him play, for his wonderful goal poaching exploits.
Greaves was admitted to intensive care in a hospital in Essex on Sunday.
Greaves, who first established himself as a prolific goal-scorer at Chelsea, netted 44 goals in 57 appearances for England.
Liverpool Crown Court heard that when Diane Greaves attempted to intervene, her nephew grabbed her and pushed her to the floor.