Montluçon

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Montluçon

(French mɔ̃lysɔ̃)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in central France, on the Cher River. Pop: 39 492 (2008)
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Address : 1, Rue Des Conches - Cs 23241 03106 Montlucon Cedex
As the government withdrew from Paris to Tours, Blum traveled by automobile to Montlucon, where his friend Marx Dormoy was mayor.
Starting in his teens, he trained at Saint Vincent Ecole de Cuisine in Montlucon, France.
Mr Montet has 12 years experience in the company, most recently in the design team at Dunlop's motorcycle development centre in Montlucon, France.
According to her wishes, Nancy's body is expected to be cremated and her ashes scattered at Montlucon in France, where she fought in a 1944 attack on a Gestapo HQ.
She is expected to be cremated privately and her ashes scattered at Montlucon in central France, scene of her 1944 heroism.
Summary: DAMASCUS: When French engineer Jacques Montlucon bought one of the famed, centuries-old courtyard houses of Old Damascus six years ago he had no idea it contained an architectural marvel.
With a hire car for the weekend, we explored the Middle Ages town of Montlucon on the banks of the River Cher with its 14th century Notre Dame church and castle.
With a hire car we explored the Middle Ages town of Montlucon on the banks of the River Cher with its 14th century Notre Dame church and castle.
CYCLING: Sylvain Chavanel bade farewell to Cofidis by delivering a second Tour de France stage win for the French team in the 163-kilometre flat stage from Roanne to Montlucon.
Born in Prague to a highly assimilated, German-speaking Jewish family in 1932, he survived the war disguised as a Catholic at the boarding school of Saint-Beranger in Montlucon in central France.
True to her word, the star, who was born in Montlucon, north of Paris, was perfectly happy to stay at home and make French films until Hollywood came knocking after the phenomenal success of Amelie.