Carcassonne

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Car·cas·sonne

 (kär′kə-sôn′, -sōn′, -kä-)
A city of southern France southeast of Toulouse. Its medieval stronghold is a major tourist attraction.

Carcassonne

(French karkasɔn)
n
(Placename) a city in SW France: extensive remains of medieval fortifications. Pop: 48 212 (2006)

Car•cas•sonne

(kar kaˈsɔn)

n.
a city in S France: medieval fortifications. 44,623.
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Francesc Mirabent, Barcelona, Facultat de Filosofia, Universitat Ramon Llull, 2003; Carcaso, Jordi: <<La diversite des cultures (1948) de Francesc Mirabent.
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The members of the Board of Directors are: Demetrio Ullastres Llorente (alternate Jaume Reynal), Javier Marin San Andres (alternate Rodrigo Marabini Ruiz), Guillermo Diaz de Rivera (alternate Vicente Grau), Carlos del Rio CarcaSo (alternate Jorge SepAlveda) and the following independent directors: Jose Manuel Rincon Gallardo Puron, Ernesto Vega Velasco, Francisco Javier Fernandez Carbajal, Francisco Glennie y Graue, Leon Falic, Jaime Cortes Rocha y Carlos Bravo.