CRU

Cable Reel Unit
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Cru

[Christian organization] Cru, previously known as Campus Crusade for Christ, is an interdenominational Christian organization that promotes evangelism and discipleship in more than 190 countries around the world. In 1996, USA Today called Cru the largest evangelical organization in the United States. Today, the organization employs over 25,...
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Cru

[wine] Cru is `a vineyard or group of vineyards, especially one of recognized quality`. It is a French wine term which is traditionally translated as `growth`, as it was originally the past participle of the verb `croitre` (to grow). As a wine term it is closely connected to terroir in the sense of an `extent of terrain having a certain phy...
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Cru

A French term for ranking a wine
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CRU

acronym: Climatic Research Unit (UEA, Norwich, U.K.)
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CRU

Climate Research Unit
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CRU

Cryptosporidium Reference Unit
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Cru

French term for vineyard, often translated as growth.
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Cru

French term that defines superior quality wines made from the grapes of specific vineyards. Known in Spanish as Pago.
Found on http://www.decanterwines.co.uk/page/spanishWineGlossary/

Cru

French word for growth. It refers to a vineyard of especially high quality, such as a classified growth or
Found on http://www.nebraskawines.com/wine-glossary/

cru

raw cream butter.
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Cru

raw.
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cru

salted or smoked ham that has been cured but not cooked.
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