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Bordeaux

A cavalier, colloquial term for haematuria.
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Fabien Mercadel's side have won their last two home fixtures and should see off Bordeaux, who are on a six-game losing sequence.
| Chateau Talmont Sauvignon Blanc 2016, Bordeaux, France (PS6 Asda) A crisp, tangy sauvignon, lemony, grapefruit aromas and similar flavours dominate this brisk, dry white, with enough citrusy acidity on the zesty finish to make it a perfect partner with shellfish and grilled fish.
To guide you along the riverbank and to help you get to grips with its headline blends of cabernet sauvignon and merlot, here are some new releases and great vintages to bring the Bordeaux party home...
Or Capital Bordeaux Investment Corporation Limited, which was also put into compulsory liquidation in 2014.
While Bordeaux and Bordeaux Superieur account for more than half of the total area planted in vines in the Bordeaux winegrowing region, the larger 'Bordeaux' designation may include red, white, rose, a deeper pink clairet, and sparkling (Cremant de Bordeaux) wines, while the 'Bordeaux Superieur' wines may only include red and white wines.
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Bordeaux was 23 when she was last seen on the early morning of April 14, 2012, at Froggy Bottoms bar in Fayetteville, where she had gone to sing karaoke.
Bordeaux showcased its new environmentally friendly water-based EDEN ST Textile Transfer Dye and EDEN Si) Direct-to-Textile Sublimation inks.
I spent so many good times here," Chamakah told (http://www.le10sport.com/football/ligue1/bordeaux/exclu-chamakh-revenir-a-bordeaux-cest-possible-105447) Le 10 Sport on a visit back to Bordeaux for a charity event.
The campaign is being backed with point-of-sale materials including a Bordeaux mag map memo board, corkscrew, drop stops, small posters, large vineyards map, table tent and price cards.
Small cruise ships such as Th e Spirit of Adventure (Tel 0800 300 432, www.spiritof adventure.co.uk) include Bordeaux as a port of call.
Bordeaux has a fair claim to being the world capital of wine and you half expect its Garonne river to be running claret.