Évian-les-Bains

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Évian-les-Bains

(French evjã̃lebɛ̃) or

Évian

n
(Placename) a resort and spa town in E France, on Lake Geneva opposite Lausanne; noted for its bottled mineral waters. Pop: 8064 (2006)
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It was accepted in 1946 as tenderfoot member of WAGGGS during the 11th World Conference at Evian, France, and became in 1948 a full member during the 12th World Conference in Cooperstown, New York.
In 1938 the World Zionist Organisation rejected a US-sponsored conference held in Evian, France, to discuss the resettlement of the victims of Nazism in Western countries.
The fighting continued until March 18, 1962, when an agreement was reached between French and the National Liberation Front at Evian, France, to grant Algeria its independence.
The second edition was held in Marrakech, after the first held in Evian, France.
However, what research there is was highlighted at a Hydration for Health (H4H) scientific meeting for health experts and scientists in Evian, France last week.
Mr Brown, in Evian, France yesterday to meet the French President ahead of the G8 summit in Italy, said they both feared "foot-dragging by banks" in starting to lend again was stalling recovery efforts.
The Rive Gauche, an exclusive 24-apartment complex located off the shores of the picturesque Lake Geneva in Evian, France, and Arlington Street, a residential development property in London that features an exclusive, high-end line of seven fully furnished apartment units, will also be on offer.
Speaking at the first World Policy Forum event in Evian, France, Jackson promised "fundamental changes" in U.
It came as a surprise,'' Perrey, 77, said from his home in Evian, France.
The WARC executive committee met in Evian, France in October to discuss these issues, and to further deliberate global economic justice and specifically, the right to water.
Two years ago, 50,000 protesters fought running battles with riot police in the G8 summit town of Evian, France, and in Geneva, Switzerland.
In June 2003, 50,000 protesters fought running battles with riot police in the summit town of Evian, France, and in Geneva, Switzerland.