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A city of central France south-southeast of Orléans. It was a Roman provincial capital under Augustus and the site of a notable university that was founded by Louis XI in 1463 but abolished during the French Revolution.
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(Placename) a city in central France. Pop: 72 480 (1999)
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a city in central France: cathedral. 80,379.
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