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  Probert Encyclopaedia: Slang (Hap-Hd)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Harry Bluff is London Cockney rhyming slang for snuff.
Harry Huggins is London Cockney rhyming slang for muggins.
Harry Lauder is London Cockney rhyming slang for a prison warder.
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 Grout
Daniel A. Grout Daniel Alexander Grout was born in Oregon in 1890 and graduated from the University of Oregon Law School...
Grout Township, Michigan Grout Township is a township located in 2000 census, the township had a total population of 1,8...
Harry Grout 'Genial' Harry Grout, or 'Grouty', as he is often referred to (though never to his face), was a character i...
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 Harry
Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation is an incorporated non-profit organiza...
Harry Harlow Harry Harlow (1906-1981) was an Abraham Maslow.
Harry Nixon Harry Corwin Nixon (1891-1961) was an Ontario poltician and briefly premier of that province.
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 Permeation Grouting - Rembco
This is a case study of the use of compaction grouting to bridge the throat of an immense sinkhole.
Frac grouting (a process where the soil is fractured and displaced by the grout) is similar to lense grouting, and is one of the few case studies using the process.
Injection rate of the grout in all grouting is a determining factor in operations.
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 everyone thought about water   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Harry would slide his fingers along damp stone for several minutes at a time with his face against the thick walls, listening to the rush outside.
Harry memorized the set of Draco's jaw and contemplated hatred, obsession, and what all of it would mean after the clouds broke.
Harry knew that should he live to witness the morning the clouds broke and light pierced the gloom, he would stand out on the marshy pitch with a broom and false hopes all alone.
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 Scott Ancestors
Harry was born in Rindge, Nh February 10, 1780.
Abigail Grout Hale was born April 6, 1817.
Harry Hale Scott was born in Chelsea, Vt February 10, 1846.
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 GroutHomepage
On the Grout side we have spanned sixteen generations from Joe's g-g-nephews to Sir Richard Grout, born about 1562 in England.
It was supposed he was drowned; but in the lapse of years, a convict under sentence of death confessed that he murdered John Grout, and described the place of his burial, which, when examined, revealed human bones.
Morse and others state flatly that Capt. John Grout, born c1615, was the ancestor of all New England Grouts.
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 Tree of Sarah Watkinson and Robert Barnard
James Grout, born Thaxted 1804, is shown in the 1881 census as living near the mill at Gt Totham.
In 1881 Henry Grout was an apprentice, aged 15, to a draper in Sittingbourne, Kent.
The four Grout girls, Lucy, Caroline, Edith and Annie Louisa, are all found together in the 1881 census in the care of an unmarried Caroline Williams, a china dealer in Sittingbourne, Kent.
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 Science Fair Projects - Porridge (TV)
The last "episode" of Porridge was made in 1979 as a feature film, shot entirely on location and without an audience.
All the regular sitcom warders and inmates were involved, with the exception of Lukewarm and Harris.
In the film, Fletch and Godber are forced by another inmate to escape from prison and then have to try to break back in before they're found by the police.
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Then Harry Grout takes an interest and insists that the fight is 'fixed'.
A Storm In A Teacup 3 1 When a bottle of pills goes missing from the Doctor's surgery, Harry Grout is worried that investigation of the theft by the prison authorities will jeopardise some of his activities.
Grout insists that Fletcher must find the pills and return them before the warders can take action.
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 Episode Guide for Porridge and Going Straight
On Grouty's orders Fletch has to find some replacement ones quickly so goes to Harris who was the cause of all the upset in the first place.
The judge loses a watch and a kangaroo court is set up to convict Harris who is known for "this despicable kind of thievery".
Harry Grout has been hired to help a prisoner (Oakes) escape.
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 Harry Grout
'Genial' Harry Grout, or 'Grouty', as he is often referred to (though never to his face), was a character in the popular BBC sitcom Porridge.
Though many believe Slade prison to be run by the Governor, the prisoners know better.
The article about Harry Grout contains information related to Harry Grout.
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 The Law of the Playground | browse stories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
We had told her that Harrop was in hospital "in a coma", information she didn't bother to check until July when the shit hit the fan and Andy was suspended.
An immaculately organised competition in which all fourth year boys (and one terrifying girl) were compelled to enter on pain of being called gay.
The event's passing was marked by our head's famous morning assembly address "If this is the law of the jungle, then I'm King Kong", which the fat sod never lived down.
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 Re: Harry Grout
In Reply to: Harry Grout posted by Lewis on December 01, 2004 at 19:21:03:
I suspect this is mainly a product of fiction, but lots of ganster movies portray the higher-ups of the Cosa Nostra wearing silk pajamas, drinking wine and cooking their own food in a specially equipted cell with a refrigerator, stove, TV, et.al.
: Harry Grout and Noel Cowerd were the original 'velvet cage' prisoners.
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 Grout Family Genealogy Forum
GROUT charles Thorpe le Soken - nicola fairman 5/25/01
Re: GROUT, Daniel and Elhanah, VT 1812 - John C. Grout, Jr.
GROUT: Bridgman, Daniel, Elhanan, Elihu, Enos, Josiah ~ War of 1812 ~ Vermont - J.
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 Porridge - Nostalgia Central   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Fletcher's considerable experience in incarceration brought him respect from most of the criminals around him, the likes of 'Bunny' Warren, illiterate and easily led; decrepit Blanco; 'Black Jock' McLaren, the Glaswegian heavy; and Lukewarm, the gay cook.
But there were also less agreeable inmates like 'Orrible' Ives, the slimy Harris and 'genial' Harry Grout, the wing's Mr Big, who ran all the rackets and enjoyed life's little luxuries in his own comfortably appointed private room.
On the other side of the fence was the chief warder, Mr Mackay, whose exaggerated speech patterns and neck twisting created one of the few likable fascists on television: "I am firm but fair.
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 Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
''''Genial' Harry Grout''', or 'Grouty', as he is often referred to (though never to his face), was a character in the popular BBC sitcom Porridge (TV) Porridge.
Category:Porridge characters Grout, Harry Category:Fictional prisoners Grout, Harry
There you find a list of all editors and the possibility to edit the original text of the article Harry Grout.
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 Nebraska Place Names (1925) - Part 10
Harry Vanderhoof of Seward, Nebraska) resigned her position in his favor.
It is also stated that the town was named for Jew Andrews, the locating engineer for the Chicago and Northwestern railway.
It was named after Lisle, a brother-in-law of the first postmaster, Harry Grout.
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 Harris (Porridge) - Art History Online Reference and Guide
Harris was a character in the popular BBC sitcom Porridge.
He is a thief, a cheater and bullies anyone whom he deems to be weaker than he is. However, he in turn is bullied by all those above him, such as Harry Grout, Mr Mackay and, of course, Fletcher.
He was arrested when an attempt to mug an old lady whent wrong when it became evident that she had a brick in her handbag.
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 Harris (Porridge) Definition / Harris (Porridge) Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Harris was a character in the popular BBCThe British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) was established by a Royal Charter in 1927.
A youth culture that emerged in the United Kingdom during the early 1950s that was associated with United States rock and roll music of that period.
[click for more] with a fish face and ginger hair, Harris, much like 'Horrible' Ives is loathed by wardens and prisoners alike.
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 Genealogical Database   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Born: 10 SEP 1893 in Grout Twp., Gladwin Co., Michigan
Census: 1900, Grout Twp., Gladwin Co., Michigan, p.
Harry C. Bradley, age 50, assistant superintendant of Chrysler
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 Porridge-Series 3 (1977)
Fletch's hopes of getting a little peace and quiet are thwarted by the appearance of Harry Grout, who is not feeling too genial.
Fletch's new cell mate is none other than the judge who put him there.
If he'd known at his trial that he was a bent judge, he'd have bribed him...
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 BBC - Comedy Guide - Porridge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
In essence, Fletcher's advice to Godber, born of his long prison experience, is the two-fold 'bide your time' and 'don't let the bastards grind you down'.
Fletcher's common-sense and reluctant humanity mean that he is held in some regard by many of his fellow prisoners, but his guile cuts no ice with Harry Grout, the Mr Big among the convicts, who seems to have as much say in the running of Slade Prison as the governor and wardens.
Porridge was so successful that people wondered why prison hadn't been used before as a situation for comedy, the general explanation being that jail was such a sensitive setting that only the finest-judged writing and performances could make it acceptable.
www.bbc.co.uk /comedy/guide/articles/p/porridge_66600460.shtml   (1098 words)

  
 Amazon.co.uk: Video: Inspector Morse - Fat Chance / Who Killed Harry Field ?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The PAL standard works in most European countries, with some exceptions.
Two cases for Inspector Morse taken from the popular TV drama.
Includes: 'Fat Chance' in which a female deacon dies whilst taking an exam, and 'Who Killed Harry Field?' in which an artist is found murdered.
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 BBC - h2g2 - 'Porridge' - the TV Series
Mr Venables might have been the Governor, but it was the Godfather-like Harry Grout that ruled Slade prison.
A vicious, intimidating man, he had his own cell and a network of informers who kept him in touch with everything going on in the prison.
When Harry Grout begins to take notice of a celebrity versus inmates soccer match, Fletcher has cause to worry, especially when he and Lenny walk straight into the middle of an audacious escape bid.
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 Nick's Place: What I'm Hearing
The brick is photographed with the long continuous lines of grout running vertically.
The image is displayed upside-down so the disappearing point for the grout is below the image.
The last song I heard from iTunes was "Leningrad" by Billy Joel from the album The Essential Billy Joel on September 13, 2005, 19:33.
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Rowling, J. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Rowling, J. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Grout, Donald J. & Palisca, Claude V. History of Western Music, A
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 Grout Books, Book Price Comparison at 75 Bookstores.
Grout Books, Book Price Comparison at 75 Bookstores.
by Mary Fabyan Windeatt Paul A. Grout (Illustrator)
A systematic survey, presenting the essential points in the history of opera clearly and in the proper proportion, with musical examples throughout.
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 Amazon.ca: DVD: The Ruling Class (Widescreen)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The insert also has a nice essay from a British film professor.
A review above complained it was not "funny." How one cannot laugh at Harry Andrews in a tutu, military garb, hanging himself in order to [CENSORED--Ed.] I do not know?!
It is a play that has social satire, some comedy, a fair amount of farce and darkness and tragedy.
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 Sendit.com - Porridge - The Christmas Specials (DVD) - Buy DVDs, Videos, Games, Free UK Delivery
And this Christmas, he is determined to stay well clear of Tommy Slocombe, his dodgy mates and their even dodgier plans for escape.
As he says to Harry Grout, "look at the state of me — a ferret, I ain’t."
The Desperate Hours So far, Christmas doesn’t look good for Fletch & Godber — Mackay has discovered the illicit liquor they’ve been brewing in their cell since July and they’re up before the Governor.
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