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Niort

(French njɔr)
n
(Placename) a market town in W France. Pop: 60 486 (2006)

Niort

(nyɔr, niˈɔr)

n.
a city in W France. 58,203.
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The site of the former Boinot factories, future river port of Niort, the subject of a competition on Sketch for its urban planning, architectural and landscape by 2020.
LENS' form has been improving in recent weeks and they look likely to continue their upward curve when they host Niort, writes Joe Champion.
The new recruit, owned by Mrs Johnny de la Hey, has had five runs in France and won once over hurdles at Niort and then at Marseille in September as well as scoring over fences at Vichy a fortnight later.
Top varieties include Dutch Yellow, Golden Gourmet and Hative de Niort.
Anti-terrorism experts are probing plans to hit Benidorm after discovering documents during the raid in Niort.
The Edinburgh side, who qualified for the UEFA Cup, take on Niort on July 18 and Rennes on the 22nd.
Some of the contactors will come from California-based Leach International North America, with design and manufacture of the actual PEPDC assemblies at Leach facilities in Sarralbe and Niort, France.
Both have come a long way since they fought it out during Cousin's early days at French clubs Martigues and Niort.
The son of Danehill started in modest company in the provinces and has not been out of the first three in nine appearances, though he was subsequently disqualified from his debut win at Niort on 27 May.
Results - Albion Rov 0, St Mirren 0; Alloa 4, Dumbarton 1; Carlisle 1, Aberdeen 2; Coldstream 1, Berwick 3; Lossiemouth 1, Inverness CT 2; Niort 0, Hearts 0.
Allardyce is also looking at Togo international Denis Cousin, who plays for French side Niort, and both will play in the closed-door game against Blackburn.