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Bordeaux

A cavalier, colloquial term for haematuria.
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Quite exquisite, and again, very keenly priced, Chateau de Lussac, 2009, Saint Emilion, Bordeaux, France (PS15 from PS17.
CYCLING: While Germany, Belgium and Spain shared the gold medals, France was the dominant nation at the World Cycling championships in Bordeaux, France.
Meanwhile one of the ace's old Manchester United shirts raised pounds 6,000 yesterday at a charity auction in Bordeaux, France.
Hans Ole Hein of State University Hospital in Copenhagen listened to discussions of this so-called French paradox at a meeting in Bordeaux, France, 3 years ago.
With an initial contract valuing at RM300,000, the collaboration will start with one Strand engineer being sent to Bordeaux, France, to work for Dassault Aviation.
The new approach may lead to a better understanding of the biology of animal and human vulnerability to addiction, according to neurobiologist Pier Vincenzo Piazza and his co-workers at the University of Bordeaux, France.
The University of Bordeaux, France, is recognized as one of the world's leading institutions in the study of UV protection.
2002 International Printing & Graphic Arts Conference October 1-3 Bordeaux, France
Juergen Klinsman set a European scoring record as Bayern Munich won the UEFA Cup by beating Bordeaux 3-1 in Bordeaux, France.
BORDEAUX, France -- Mobile Scope, a division of the In-Fusio Group, today announced that China's leading wireless Internet company, TOM Online Inc.
He plans to share the only 1893 bottle left in the world with the vineyard's owner, the Duke and Duchess de Mouchy, and its winemaker, Jean Delmas, at the winery in Bordeaux, France.
Paul Meyer, Clear Channel's Global President, commented, "This win significantly strengthens our position in Europe following major street furniture wins in London, Lille and Bordeaux, France, and Verona, Italy.