superior semilunar lobule

(redirected from crus I)

su·pe·ri·or sem·i·lu·nar lob·ule

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the part of the superior surface of the cerebellar hemisphere lying between the horizontal and ansoparamedian fissures and adjoining the folium and parts of the tuber of the vermis.
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Produced by one of the few remaining family-owned champagne houses, Prelude Grands Crus is made with the first pressings of an equal portion of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes, selected from Grand Cru vineyards.
Prelude Grands Crus is made solely from the best Grand Cru vineyards in the Taittinger family s own estate and is then aged for more than five years in their cellars.
We've seen what Big Buck's has done this year and for us to get as close to Big Buck's shows how good he is and how good Grands Crus is.
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 is obviously a very, very good horse," concedes Nicholls, "but he'll have to be very, very good to beat Big Buck's on what we've all seen.
If Grands Crus is better than Big Buck's, he's better than Big Buck's - there's nothing we can do about it," he reasons.
Being in business for over 25 years, Compagnie Medocaine des Grands Crus is one of the top Bordeaux negociants with a long-term focus on developing and building quality distribution throughout the global market.
Grands Crus is 3-1 with Ladbrokes, whose customers retain faith in the defending champion, according to spokesman David Williams.