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undercroft

1. A vaulted basement of a church or secret passage, often wholly or partly below ground level.
2. A crypt.
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As soon as we finished the last race at Oulton Park, I was already excited about going to Croft because I just love driving the Civic Type-R right now.
This was a Buttler-esque display of power hitting from Croft, especially after the visitors had elected to bowl, although minus Buttler's trademark reverse sweeps and scoops.
But Croft is convinced England have learned the lessons from that defeat and they are ready to be ruthless - to put their foot on Welsh throats early and keep it there.
I'm A Celebrity winner Kerry, 31, has spoken glowingly of Steve, who she hopes to marry, and revealed just how much her life has improved since splitting with second husband Croft.
Croft, who used to date The Only Way is Essex star Maria Fowler, said he apologised to the ball boy in question but it was not accepted.
Croft and Brown took advantage of some mediocre bowling, which erred on the short side.
Serving delicious pastries, light meals and afternoon tea, the new owners envisage the Croft Tea Rooms as a very popular destination.
Last year at Croft, in his maiden season in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB Championship, Lloyd secured a best finish of fourth place but he won't be satisfied with anything less than podiums this time.
Croft hopes to eventually have as many as five stores in northwest Arkansas.
Lindsay Thomas, prosecuting, said it was agreed Croft was not responsible for setting up the farm.
Leicester rugby director Richard Cockerill said 27-year-old Croft, who has won 38 England caps and toured twice with the British and Irish Lions, will not play again this term.
The 27-year-old Croft, who has won 38 England caps, underwent surgery after suffering the injury during the Tigers' Aviva Premiership victory over Worcester three days ago.