Côte-d'Or

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Côte-d'Or

(French kotdɔr)
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(Placename) a department of E central France, in NE Burgundy. Capital: Dijon. Pop: 510 334 (2003 est). Area: 8787 sq km (3427 sq miles)
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Nace a 470 metros sobre el nivel del mar en el departamento de Cote-d'Or (este) y desemboca en forma de estuario en El Havre (noroeste), en la bahia del Sena, despues de haber pasado por ciudades como Troyes (este), Paris o Ruan (noroeste).
And while it's difficult to generalise on pricing, Chablis and the Cote-d'Or (the heart of Burgundy) signal designer price tags.
Eastern Airways (T3, Humberside) stoppedits Dijon operations on June 4 after local Cote-d'Or authorities declared the closure of the airport facility.
Although phlebotomine sand flies have not been reported in Jura to date, Phlebotomus perniciosus sand flies, proven vectors of leishmaniasis, have been found in 2 areas neighboring Jura: Cote-d'Or and Saone-et-Loire (2,3).