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crus

[krüs]
(anatomy)
The shank of the hindleg, that portion between the femur and the ankle.
Any of various parts of the body resembling a leg or root.
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More lean and lithe, Simonnet-Febvre Chablis Premier Cru Vaillons 2011, France (left, PS22.18, spiritedwines.co.uk) is another well-known premier cru vineyard on the left bank and the wine shows crisp, invigorating green apple flavours underpinned with citrus, limey notes and a chalkiness on the long, mineral finish.
According to Laroche, Les Blanchots' style always oers white blossom and orchard fruit, both on the nose and the palate, with a salty nish that's typical of this high class grand cru and part of its allure.
In the present case, the right crus of the diaphragm was duplicated completely and the splanchnic nerves entered the abdominal cavity by passing through the space between the two right crura.
Hunt Ball, Al Ferof and Walkon will make it a real test, but Grands Crus can prevail.
This makes Cru Bourgeois an annual accolade awarded to those wines - not properties - that are produced according to stringent standards and have passed a blind tasting test.
Yet, for a few pounds more, one can invest in a cru, one of the top 10 villages which each have their own identity and style.
The first 3 tubercles are first branchial arch derivatives and form the (1) tragus, (2) helical crus, and (3) helix.
Gevrey-Chambertin: Home to eight Grand Crus. Sturdy, well-constructed reds are made here, highly flavored and distinctive.
After all, the Syndicat des Crus Bourgeois is attempting to give the name cru bourgeois some meaning.
Sent off favourite for the Argento Chase last month Grands Crus mystified connections when flopping again when favourite.