Clermont-Ferrand

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Cler·mont-Fer·rand

 (klĕr-mōN′fə-räN′, -fĕ-)
A city of central France west of Lyon. Clermont was founded in Roman times and merged with Montferrand, a 12th-century town, in 1731.

Clermont-Ferrand

(French klɛrmɔ̃fɛrɑ̃)
n
(Placename) a city in S central France: capital of Puy-de-Dôme department; industrial centre. Pop: 140 957 (2011)

Cler•mont-Fer•rand

(klɛr mɔ̃ fɛˈrɑ̃)

n.
a city in central France. 161,203.
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This problem made us lose a lot of time and it's tiring, because some players have been fighting for this for six months,' said ASM Montferrand star Longo.
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Quins take on Montferrand at Reading's Madejski Stadium today in the final of the Parker Pen Cup - rugby's equivalent of football's UEFA Cup.
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The Montferrand player was snubbed by coach Bernard Laporte, who who left him on the bench for the 29-22 victory over Wales.
GLASGOW were bounced out of Europe by the Michelin men of Montferrand yesterday as the wheels came off the Scots side's cup bandwagon.
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