Moulins


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Moulins

(French mulɛ̃)
n
(Placename) a market town in central France, on the Allier River. Pop: 21 892 (1999)
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I believe she comes from Moulins," replied Monsieur de Granville.
For divers reasons into which I need not enter, I had barely sufficient money to take me to Moulins.
In the evening the Comte de Montpersan came himself as far as Moulins with me.
Main features: it is the work of separation in 2 parts of the yard walk from the central house of Moulins Yzeure.
Vertical shafts in the ice sheet, called moulins, can funnel melt water beneath parts of the glacier and lift them up.
Scientists saw how the rivers gushed into these large drainage holes called moulins in just less than 30 minutes.
La Chambre de commerce algero-allemande accompagne l'entreprise publique de peinture de Sig en formant son personnel et ses cadres et accompagne Les moulins Chorfa, relevant du groupe Metidji, pour l'exportation de ses pates alimentaires et son couscous dans plusieurs pays.
Of their seven cup ties this season, five have gone to extra-time, including their quarter-final triumph over amateurs Moulins, who they eventually saw off in a shootout.
The team had to abseil into the glacier's moulins - circular well-like shafts within a glacier - because the entrances were often vertical and up to 65ft deep.
Led by Gareth Davies and Martin Groves, both from Cardiff, the 2012 expedition into the Gorner Glacier was the third by the group, helping reveal detail about the harsh but beautiful sub-glacial world of moulins - the well-like shafts within a glacier through which water enters from the surface.
Exquisitely carved virgins can be seen from Tours, Moulins and Rouen, and the truly ravishing marble Tomb of the Children of Charles VIII (who sadly died within a year of each other, in 1495 and 1496), is one of the centrepieces of the ground floor display, carved by Girolamo Paciarotto (active 1493-1540).
You are tasting Southern Mediterranean cuisine that is deeply rooted in the desert of the Sahara," Abdelmajid (Majid) Mahjoub, general manager of Tunis, Tunisia-based Les Moulins Mahjoub told an audience of approximately 50 invited guests when he spoke recently at a sampling event at Little Silver, N.