Valmy


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Noun1.Valmy - the French defeated the Austrian and Prussian troops in 1792 (with a famous cannonade from the French artillery)
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
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Address : 5 Rue De Valmy - Bp 24102, 44041, Nantes Cedex 1, F
Avison Young announced that Christine Valmy International School for Esthetics, has signed a new long-term, 24,000 s/f lease at 1501 Broadway, also known as the Paramount Building, that will serve as its headquarters, school and executive offices.
The company will have the potential to develop Mineral Resources at the Valmy and MUD deposits as well as test extensions to Marigold's Basalt pit mineralization.
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VALMY BAIE FRENCH import, trained for Barry Connell by Gordon Elliott (left) and made a pleasing Irish debut when third to the impressive Valseur Lido in a maiden hurdle in Cork last Sunday.
En rigor, como ha senalado Angel Abuin Gonzalez en una valiosa sintesis de la modalizacion dramatica en el teatro de postguerra, solo el doctor Valmy es narrador fictivo en la medida en que es consciente, al dictar sus historias clinicas destinadas a la publicacion, de estar dirigiendose a un lector analogo al auditorio de un teatro (120).
The Valmy Generating Station in northern Nevada will be the test site for an advanced process designed to remove pollutants from coal-fired power plant emissions.
The site is a strategic prow-like corner plot in Place Valmy, an urban square in some need of civic propriety.
Later works include El sueno de la razon (1970; The Sleep of Reason), La doble historia del Doctor Valmy (1970; "The Double Life of Doctor Valmy"), Los jueces en la noche (1979; "Judges in the Night"), and Lazaro en el laberinto (1986; "Lazaro and the Labyrinth").
More significantly, the description of French grand tactics as "the use of dense masses of ill-trained troops in all-out frontal attacks which, from Valmy onwards, nevertheless proved singularly effective" (178) both ignores the results of recent studies of French tactics and implies that the Battle of Valmy involved major assaults by French infantry.
Violence turns geometric as a stately procession of orange explosions rips across the lush countryside near Valmy, France.
Principal battles: Valmy, Jemappes (1792); Neerwinden (near Liege) (1793).