Bayonne


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Bayonne

(French bajɔn)
n
(Placename) a port in SW France: a commercial centre for the Basque region. Pop: 45 636 (2006)

Ba•yonne

(beɪˈyoʊn for 1; baˈyɔn for 2 )

n.
1. a seaport in NE New Jersey. 60,950.
2. a seaport in SW France, near the Bay of Biscay. 44,706.
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Bayonne

[baɪˈjɒn] NBayona f
References in classic literature ?
Montalivet, transmitted to the prefect of Bayonne, mystified by two Greek words, tele, graphein.
d'Herblay had taken one of my vessels with its crew, and had compelled it to convey him to Bayonne. But I was willing you should learn these matters in a direct manner, in order that you might be convinced my friends are with me respected and sacred; that always in me the man will sacrifice himself to subjects, whilst the king is so often found to sacrifice men to majesty and power."
d'Herblay, free and out of danger, writes me from Bayonne."
In reality, true nature is as difficult to be met with in authors, as the Bayonne ham, or Bologna sausage, is to be found in the shops.
Everything went perfectly well to the last moment when suddenly the Numancia (a Republican ironclad) had appeared and chased them ashore on the French coast below Bayonne. In a few words, but with evident appreciation of the adventure, Mills described to us how he swam to the beach clad simply in a money belt and a pair of trousers.
"Every Carlist agent in Bayonne assured me of that," said Mr.
In consequence, after having traveled all night, at seven o'clock she was at the fort of the Point; at eight o'clock she had embarked; and at nine, the vessel, which with letters of marque from the cardinal was supposed to be sailing for Bayonne, raised anchor, and steered its course toward England.
In the near future, the rest of the two-and-a-half-mile-long terminal will be conveyed to the Bayonne Local Redevelopment Authority.
FORMER Blues scrum-half Mike Phillips has signed a two-year deal with an option of a third year with Bayonne in France.
Just north of Biarritz and a few short miles from the Atlantic Ocean, Bayonne is a picturesque city made up of small villages, narrow lanes and a grand gothic cathedral.
The Morris Companies has added Bayview Shopping Center in Bayonne to its New Jersey retail portfolio, announced Cushman & Wakefield's Metropolitan Area Capital Markets Group.