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Beauvais

(French bovɛ)
n
(Placename) a market town in N France, 64 km (40 miles) northwest of Paris. Pop: 55 392 (1999)

Beau•vais

(boʊˈveɪ)

n.
a city in NW France. 56,725.
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Massey Ferguson is also providing an opportunity for one visitor to visit its award-winning factory in Beauvais, France, through a prize draw.
1930: The British airship R101 crashed at the edge of a wood near Beauvais, France (above), killing 48 of the 54 passengers including Air Minister Lord Thompson.
1930: The British airship R101 crashed at the edge of a wood near Beauvais, France, killing 48 of the 54 passengers including Air Minister Lord Thompson.
1930: The British airship R101 crashed at the |edge of a wood near Beauvais, France, killing 48 of the 54 passengers including Air Minister Lord Thompson.
Ryanair A Ryanair flight yesterday from Fes, Morocco, departed 3 hours late, which resulted in the aircraft arriving too late to land in Beauvais, France, because the airport by then was closed.
They refused to get off until buses brought them to their original destination in Beauvais, France - 410km away.
Its factory in Banner Lane, Tile Hill, closed on July 25 after the operation was moved to Massey Ferguson's base in Beauvais, France -a loss of 1,100 jobs to the West Midlands.
The higher specification Coventry tractors will be relocated to the AGCO facility in Beauvais, France, where high horsepower tractors are currently produced.
The world's largest clock is in the Cathedral of St Pierre in Beauvais, France.
1930: The British airship R101 (pictured) crashed at the edge of a wood near Beauvais, France, killing 48 of the 54 passengers including Air Minister Lord Thompson.
1930: The British airship R101 crashed at the edge of a wood near Beauvais, France, on its maiden scheduled flight overseas, heading for India.