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An estate, typically in the Burgundy region of France, that makes wine from grapes grown in its own vineyards.

[French, domain, estate; see domain.]


(dəˈmeɪn; dəˈmɛn)
a French estate on which wine is made
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In response to the blocking of Breakup Notifier Lowenherz created Crush Notifer, which allows Facebook users to "crush" friends in the hope of getting crushed back,
The Shade Oak Stud-based Black Sam Bellamy, who formerly stood at Gestut Fahrhof, is one of the more strongly represented stallions with four entries, including a colt out of 1999 Oaks d'Italia winner Nagoya (86) and a half-brother to the Listed-winning trio Luttje Lage, Lowenherz and Lauf Nach Vorn (67).
The beefed-up mixing rotors have a first section with Lowenherz, or V-shaped, threads scored the outer periphery of the rotor to increase feed rate, followed by standard melting screw flights, which feed into a "wing-type" helical mixer in the second half of the rotor.
Editor David Lowenherz, a collector and dealer in autographed letters and manuscripts, said he wanted to show "the wide range of feelings connected to the word love", according to the Gold Coast Bulletin.
Karl Brunner, Der mittelenglische Versroman uber Richard Lowenherz (Vienna, 1913), line 6630: `As they oute off the ground were waxe' (cited by Whiting under G477); the simile `alone as he was born', which Whiting (B465) and The Riverside Chaucer take to be unique to Chaucer, is in fact found earlier in Robert Mannyng's Chronicle, II.
Facebook has yet to respond to Lowenherz, who said that he made every attempt to closely follow Facebook's app policies.
Kaleo's in-form trainer, Andreas Wohler, runs a second credible candidate in the Dusseldorf Listed-race winner Lowenherz.