No, it is not. Groats Syndrome is a fictional neurological disorder from the "Curb Your Enthusiasm" series, introduced in episode 5 of season 2. The syndrome is supposed to cause severe hyperactivity and is said to be named after a doctor named Groats.
Its not a real disease, it was used in Curb Your Enthusiasm, Season 2 Episode 5 - but there are no medical records of a "Grote" (or Groats) disease/syndrome
Neither newspapers or Groats existed in 1170.
oat groats will not germinate. only un-hulled oat germinate.
Greene's Groats-Worth of Wit was created in 1592.
John O' Groats is in the very north of Scotland. It is, in fact, the most northerly settlement in Great Britain.
A Groat was a British Fourpenny coin. There were 240 Pennies in a Pound, so there were 60 Groats in One Pound.
she has lost 350 groats
of Shell, Groats; hulled oats.
Land's End to John o' Groats is traditionally a distance by road of 874 miles (1,407 km)
Inverness and John Oâ??Groats are both located in Scotland. There is a distance of 119. 2 miles between these two locations.
The current record for Land's End John o' Groats is nine days and two hours and is held by by Andi Rivett.
It looks like Oat Groats but a little bigger
Edinburgh to John o' Groats is 285 miles so it would depend on how fast you drive but I would allow about 7 or 8 hours.
Approx. 833 miles
Plymouth appears in several states.
Edinburgh Castle, John 'o Groats.
The population of John o' Groats is 310.
If they are raw groats that have not been processed for quick cooking they can take 8 or more hours of boiling to become soft enough to eat.If they have been processed, follow the directions on the package. Some processed oats take as little as a minute to cook.
There is Land's End in the south and John o' Groats in the north.Land's End to John o' Groats is a journey - the traversal of the whole of the island of Great Britain from southwest to northeast. * Land's End is the extreme southwestward (but not southern or western) point of Great Britain, situated in western Cornwall at the end of the Penwith Peninsula. * John o' Groats is the traditionally acknowledged extreme northern point of Scotland, in northeastern Caithness. The actual northernmost point is at nearby Dunnet Head. The point which is actually furthest by road from Land's End is Duncansby Head, about 2 miles from John o' Groats.
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The Royal Mint produced no Groats (Fourpence) coins from 1801 to 1835 inclusive.
It takes around two to three months