Beaune


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Beaune

(bəʊn)
n
1. (Placename) a town in E France, near Dijon: an important trading centre for Burgundy wines. Pop: 22 218 (2008)
2. (Brewing) a wine produced in this district
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* A capital little out-of-the-way restaurant, in the neighbourhood of - , where you can get one of the best-cooked and cheapest little French dinners or suppers that I know of, with an excellent bottle of Beaune, for three-and-six; and which I am not going to be idiot enough to advertise.
Yet upon that afternoon, whether it was the Beaune which I had taken with my lunch, or the additional exasperation produced by the extreme deliberation of his manner, I suddenly felt that I could hold out no longer.
"It was at the Petit Bourbon," replied Gervaise, with no less spirit, "and this is what monsieur the cardinal's procurator presented to them: twelve double quarts of hippocras, white, claret, and red; twenty-four boxes of double Lyons marchpane, gilded; as many torches, worth two livres a piece; and six demi-queues* of Beaune wine, white and claret, the best that could be found.
Dutocq himself lived in a pension in the rue de Beaune, and spent his evenings in the Palais-Royal, sometimes going to the theatre, thanks to du Bruel, who gave him an author's ticket about once a week.
For the third consecutive year, Air China recently attended the world famous Hospices de Beaune auction held in Burgundy, France's top wine-growing region and picked up 2013 young bottles for its First Class passengers on international routes.
The next level up is from a closer defined area such as Cote de Beaune or Cote de Nuits.
Summary: "Not everyone can write a novel," remarks Francois Beaune, "but everyone has a story to share."
It augments the company's plant in Beaune, France which RTP acquired in [TEXT INCOMPLETE IN ORIGINAL SOURCE.]
IN November the annual auctions at the Hospice de Beaune in Burgundy, France, will be the first indication of the price of fine wine of 2010.
Por otro lado, asumimos las propuestas establecidas por Allain (1965), Delluc (1979) y Beaune (1987: 12, 151-152) (3) en relacion con las caracteristicas que debe tener una lampara paleolitica, a saber: un soporte que tenga una cubeta o concavidad, marcas de utilizacion o residuos en la zona activa de la pieza y, eventualmente, una zona de prension.
of America's Glickman was clue to spend practically all his time in Beaune, capital of Burgundy's wine growing region, where Gallic film hyphenates hold their annual confab, presided over' by Jean-Jacques Annaud.