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CRU

abbreviation for COMPENSATION RECOVERY UNIT.
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Restaurant CRU is located on the ground floor and has a great view on one of the busiest streets of the Old Town.
Look out for Cru names like Morgon, Brouilly and that favourite of the 80s, Fleurie.
To experience the delicacy, freshness and longevity that has put these wines on the map, Domaine Laroche Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos 2008, France (right, PS382 case of six/PS65.20 bt, thefinewinecompany.co.uk) calls for your finest stem ware.
One of the largest own ers of grand cru vineyards, they also have prize par cels of premier cru across eight dierent terroirs and a agship Chablis, Chablis Saint Martin.
The duplication of right crus might be a result of lack of proper timing in the interaction of the lung buds and dorsal mesentery of the esophagus as cura of the diaphragm mainly come from the dorsal mesentery.
He worked under the watchful eye of trainer David Pipe at Exeter on Tuesday and Stanley reports Grands Crus, who is nicknamed George, is now set to take his chance over hurdles.
If the real Grands Crus turns up, he'll make them all go."
But Grands Crus - for Pipe's Pond House stable which has done so well at this meeting down the years - can just get his head in front today.
GOING FOR GOLD J Grands Crus with trainer David Pipe
I made a special effort to taste samples of the 2011 vintage made by the members of the Alliance of Crus Bourgeois when they were first shown to the trade back in April, and, though the word on the street was that this was a tricky vintage, I was very impressed (my notes on about 50 of them can be found on my blog as www.helensavage.com).
Moulin Vent is the most structured and powerful of the crus, with deep colour and body.
One of the highest-rated hurdlers to be sent over fences in recent times, Grands Crus made a seamless transition to his new discipline at Cheltenham on Friday.