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Orléanais

(French ɔrleanɛ)
n
(Placename) a former province of N central France, centred on Orléans

Or•lé•a•nais

(ɔr leɪ aˈnɛ)

n.
a former province in N France. Cap.: Orléans.
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Noun1.Orleanais - a former province of north central France; centered around Orleans
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
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2002), "Les Entreprises Francaises et Roumaines Face a l'Application ses Normes Comptables Internationales au Debut du Illeme Millenaire," Laboratoire Orleanais de Gestion, Vol.
Referencing the popular saying “I'm still above ground” as a response to asking an elderly citizen how they are feeling, Jennie explains that title of the books was inspired by the cultural norm of New Orleanais being buried above ground.
La Loire, forte d'un lineaire de 1 012 km et de ses nombreux affluents navigues, assure le transit de marchandises de ses regions riveraines (Auvergne, Bourbonnais, Berry, Bourgogne, Gatinais, Orleanais, Touraine, Limousin, Poitou, Anjou, Maine, Bretagne).