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croze

 (krōz)
n.
A groove inside the end of a barrel or cask into which the head is set.

[French creux, from Old French crues, groove, from Vulgar Latin *crosus, perhaps of Celtic origin.]

croze

(krəʊz)
n
1. (Crafts) the recess cut at the end of a barrel or cask to receive the head
2. (Tools) a tool for cutting this recess
[C17: probably from Old French crues a hollow]
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The accused who have been summoned include former president Asif Ali Zardari, Faryal Talpur, Hussain Lawai, Taha Raza, Anwar Majid, Abdul Ghani Majid, Zain Malik, Namar Majid, Ali Kamal Majid, Mustafa, Zulqarnain , Adeel Shah, Mohammad Qasim, Iqbal Khan Noori, Dad, Sher Mohammad, Shahzad Ali, Kiran Amin, Noorin Sultan, Mohammad Nasir Sheikh, Christopher D Croze, Ghazanfar Ahsan, Rahil Mubin and Aslam Masood.
The accused who have been summoned include former president Asif Ali Zardari, Faryal Talpur, Hussain Lawai, Taha Raza, Anwar Majid, Abdul Ghani Majid, Zain Malik, Namar Majid, Ali Kamal Majid, Mustafa, Zulqarnain, Adeel Shah, Muhammad Qasim, Iqbal Khan Noori, Dad, Sher Muhammad, Shahzad Ali, Kiran Amin, Noorin Sultan, Muhammad Nasir Sheikh, Christopher D Croze, Ghazanfar Ahsan, Rahil Mubin and Aslam Masood.
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The Caskmates line sends barrels to beer makers to age their beers, and then finishes standard Jameson in those used to make stout and IPA--and in the Whiskey Makers Series, the Cooper's Croze, which uses virgin American oak, seasoned bourbon and Iberian sherry barrels.
The Cask-mates line sends barrels to beer makers to age their beers, and then finishes standard Jameson in those used to make stout and I PA--and in the Whiskey Makers Series, the Cooper's Croze, which uses virgin American oak seasoned bourbon and Iberian sherry barrels.
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Barrels are now kosher and gluten free with no risk of bacteria or mold in the croze. Another advantage of using wax in the croze is that it does not attract bore beetles, which feed on the starch found in the flour paste, causing bore bug leaks where the head fits into the barrel.
Pillon, N.J., Soulere, L., Vella, R.E; Croze, M., Care, B.