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Bordeaux

A cavalier, colloquial term for haematuria.
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Bordeaux, France -- As France's most famed wine region, oenophiles and history buffs can marvel at the neo-classical architecture and landmarks throughout the city.
Chateau Petrus comes from a family estate in Pomerol, near Bordeaux, France and the Queen drank it at her wedding in 1947, the report said.
Summary: Bordeaux, France: French investigators have abandoned a party funding inquiry against former president Nicolas Sarkozy, ...
The investigation included 963 participants in The Antioxydants Lipides Essentiels Nutrition et Maladies Occulaires Study of residents of Bordeaux, France aged 73 and older.
Cinq joueurs qui figuraient sur la pre-liste de 28 joueurs, parmi lesquels un autre cadre Mahamadou Diarra (Fulham, Angleterre) et Abdou Traore (Bordeaux, France), blesses, ainsi que Mustapha Yatabare (Guingamp, France, D2), ne figurent pas sur la liste.
The company has an ISO 22000 certified and state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located near Bordeaux, France, responsible for an extensive product portfolio including its flagship brand Exocyan, a line of cranberry extracts standardized on proanthocyanidins (PACs) content.
Summary: Police confirm that Megan Stammers and Jeremy Forrest are safe and well after being found in Bordeaux, France.
Other auction items included a private dinner for ten on the Royal Yacht Britannia and a trip to Bordeaux, France with restaurateur James Thomson.
of Bordeaux, France) explain the concept of the business model, introduce a specific one, and apply it to entrepreneurship.
The new findings, presented at the European Congress on Osteoporosis and Osteoarthritis in Bordeaux, France, showed Protelos reduced deterioration of knee joint cartilage in a group of OA patients by a third over three years.
Bfrklin-Wolff Pechstein Grand Cru (Pfalz, Germany), and Denis Dubourdieu Clos Floridene Blanc (Bordeaux, France); and two other reds, Seuorio San Vicente (Rioja, Spain), and Altas Quintas (Alentejo Portugal).
BORDEAUX, France: A topsy-turvy growing season, which zigzagged from drought to hail to heat wave, produced a distressingly mixed crop in Bordeaux this year -- but gave optical grape sorters a chance to shine.