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CRUSCentre for Research on User Studies (est. 1976; Australia)
CRUSComité Régional des Unités de Production du Sahel
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The service is faultless and Restaurant CRU serves one of the best Estonian breakfasts in town.
Elsewhere, Domaine Duplessis Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos 2011, France (PS39.95, bbr.com) is a top quality younger vintage that's ripe for drinking now and already has the weight to become more complex given time.
However, to experience the delicacy, freshness and longevity that's put these wines on the map, Domaine Laroche Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos 2008, France (PS382 case of six/ PS65.20 bt, www.thenewinecompany.co.uk ) calls for your nest stem ware.
(1) However, the attachment of the right crus can extend down to the lower border of L4.
Grands Crus, with trainer David Pipe, has had a wind op
Both the jockey and Grands Crus' trainer Pipe expect the Grands Crus who delivered a superb performance to win the Feltham Chase at Kempton last Boxing Day to turn up today.
These wines, labelled Grand Cru Classe, with a few additions from other parts of the Bordeaux region, still fetch the highest prices on world markets for fine wine.
With low tannin levels and high acidity, Beaujolais and her crus are extremely versatile.
Grands Crus ridden by Tom Scudamore on their way to victory in the Steel Plate And Sections Novices Chase at Cheltenham
The same dichotomy holds for quasi- pseudoplurals: In CRU~CRUS and TAXI~TAXIS from Figure 2 we are clearly not dealing with pseudo- plurality because the -s in CRUS and TAXIS is pronounced as [s], but only CRUS is a true 'quasi-pseudo-plural' because the spoken vowel in CRU and CRUS is the same.
GRANDS CRUS can prevent Big Buck's from becoming the first horse to win three consecutive World Hurdles on Thursday.