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also Se·mil·lon  (sā′mēl-yôN)
1. A variety of grape originally grown in France that is often blended with other grapes to make white wine, including the French Sauternes.
2. An often dry white wine made from this grape.

[French, from obsolete sémilion, from dialectal semilhoun, from Old Provençal semilhar, to sow, from seme, seed, from Latin sēmen; see semen.]


(ˈseɪmiːjɒn; French semijɔ̃)
1. (Brewing) (also without capital) a white grape grown in the Bordeaux area of France and in Australia, used for making wine
2. (Brewing) any of various white wines made from this grape
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But as the prime mover behind the seminar and its offshoots, art historian, critic, and Beaux-Arts professor Jean-Francois Chevrier readily acknowledges, exchanges between such different worlds don't come easily.
SearchGold's current projects include the Lake Fortune West and Chevrier Lake gold properties in Quebec, the Mandala diamond project in Guinea and the Bakoudou gold project in Gabon.
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Marcel Broodthaers) in fact dead, literally--embalmed in the catalogue, a weighty tome resembling in its ragtag yet academic graphic and intellectual style Rem Koolhaas and Bruce Mau's S, M, L, XL and given to long dialogues between David, Buchloh, and photography theoretician Jean-Francois Chevrier.
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Chevrier will have responsibility for the Burlington Iowa, Olean, Wellsville, and Painted Post, New York operations, including engineering and drafting centers.
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When I was interviewed by Catherine David and Jean-Francois Chevrier before the exhibition opened, I tried to pose the question of a "civilization of globalization," conceived as a process and possibility rather than as a statement of our current condition.
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