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also Se·mil·lon  (sā′mēl-yôN)
1. A variety of grape originally grown in France that is often blended with other grapes to make white wine, including the French Sauternes.
2. An often dry white wine made from this grape.

[French, from obsolete sémilion, from dialectal semilhoun, from Old Provençal semilhar, to sow, from seme, seed, from Latin sēmen; see semen.]


(ˈseɪmiːjɒn; French semijɔ̃)
1. (Brewing) (also without capital) a white grape grown in the Bordeaux area of France and in Australia, used for making wine
2. (Brewing) any of various white wines made from this grape
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Benoit Cosnefroy, Franois Bidard, Clement Chevrier, Mathias Frank, Ben Gastauer, Alexandre Geniez, Matteo Montaguti
Harley, Jonathan Chevrier, Asa Bradman, Katherine Kogut, Karen Huen, and Brenda Eskenazi
Different Strokes of Tehran" displayed works by 15 artists, including Sandra Chevrier (Canada), Otto Schade (Chile), Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuania), Madc (Germany), Cept (UK), Canvaz (Ireland), Cart1 (Spain), Icy and Sot (Iran), Martin Whatson (Norway), Beejoir (UK), Nafir (Iran), and Levalet (France).
Members say our resorts make for a much better vacation experience," says Jack Chevrier, vice president, staySky Vacation Clubs.
Although these observations must be reproduced in further studies in order to draw definite conclusions, they indicate the potential responsibility of low doses of deltamethrine in particular (since the metabolite cis-DBCA is its main metabolite, and selective for it), and pyrethroid insecticides in general (since the metabolite 3-BPA is a degradation product of some twenty of these insecticides)," explains Cecile Chevrier, Inserm Research Fellow, the main author of this work.
For example, the 19th century Chevrier beetle collection is the oldest in the museum's stock of almost 1m insects.
As art historian Jean-Francois Chevrier has recognized, both aim at the formation of a singular universe in which art and life are inter-twined.
Gail Jones, Gina Childers, Brandon Emig, Joel Chevrier, Hong Tan, Vanessa Stevens, and Jonathan List
The race was won by Luca Cagnati, Xavier Chevrier and Massimiliano Zanaboni in 1.
Philip Chevrier, owner and head chef, reached for the stars while dreaming up his offerings.
Most of the women and newborns in our study had thyroid hormone levels within a normal range, but when we consider the impact of these results at a population level, we get concerned about a shift in the distribution that would affect those on the borderline," said study lead author Jonathan Chevrier, research epidemiologist at UC Berkeley's Center for Environmental Research and Children's Health (CERCH).
Michael Christopher Chevrier, 24, of Victoria Street, Cwmbran, admitted being drunk and disorderly.