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Arles

 (ärlz, ärl)
1. A medieval kingdom of eastern and southeast France. It was formed in 933 and gradually split up after 1246.
2. A city of south-central France on the Rhone River delta. A flourishing city in Roman times, it is the site of many ancient remains, including a Roman cemetery and an arena built in the first century ad.

Arles

(ɑːlz; French arl)
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1. (Placename) a city in SE France, on the Rhône: Roman amphitheatre. Pop: 53 058 (2006)
2. (Placename) Kingdom of Arles a kingdom in SE France which had dissolved by 1378: known as the Kingdom of Burgundy until about 1200
3. (Historical Terms) Kingdom of Arles a kingdom in SE France which had dissolved by 1378: known as the Kingdom of Burgundy until about 1200

Arles

(ɑrl)

n.
a city in SE France, on the Rhone River. 50,345.
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He would pay a 90-year-old woman $500 a month until she died, then move into her grand apartment in Arles, France.
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