Bergerac


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Bergerac

(French bɛrʒərak)
n
(Biography) See Cyrano de Bergerac

Ber•ge•rac

(ˈbɜr ʒəˌræk)

n. Savinien Cyrano de,
1619–55, French soldier, swordsman, and writer: hero of play by Rostand.
References in classic literature ?
Michel Ardan was right when he compared this map to a "Tendre card," got up by a Scudary or a Cyrano de Bergerac.
At the same period Cyrano de Bergerac published that celebrated
His sight having been injured in his early wars by a basketful of lime which had been emptied over him when he led the Earl of Derby's stormers up the breach at Bergerac, he had contracted something of a stoop, with a blinking, peering expression of face.
BERGERAC, situated on the northern bank of the Dordogne river in south west France, is a large town with a medieval centre.
Playing Jim Bergerac, he was one of TV's leading heart-throbs in the 80s.
THE choice of Cyrano de Bergerac as part of Theatr Clwyd's spring season, drawn up by artistic director Tamara Harvey, may have raised some eyebrows.
SCOT Robert Banks Stewart, who created TV hit Bergerac and wrote Doctor Who episodes, has died aged 84.
Cyrano de Bergerac is all about seeing the beauty and talents of the person within, something big TV shows like The Undateables and The Voice are still wrestling with.
Unfortunately Cyrano de Bergerac couldn't add good looks to his list of charms and accomplishments because he had a giant hooter.
THERE'S more to Bergerac than a 1980s TV detective.
The actor is taking the central role in a new version of Cyrano de Bergerac, penned by winning playwright (and son of a son of Wallasey) Glyn Maxwell for Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre just down the M53 in Chester.
Return flights direct to Bergerac or Bordeaux from Bristol ?