French region


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Noun1.French region - a geographical subdivision of FranceFrench region - a geographical subdivision of France
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
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The Reunion, an overseas French region near to Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, is resided by 2.
Securities and Exchange Commission, affirmed the French Region of Centre-Val-de-Loire's Long-Term Foreign- and Local-Currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) at 'AA'.
NNA - A Lebanese young man studying in France was found stabbed to death inside his apartment in the southeastern French region, National News Agency correspondent reported on Wednesday.
The artist has established studios in Germany, then France, and lately a studio in Mayotte (a French region in the Indian Ocean), in addition to his studio in Cairo.
Paris, Rabi'I 02, 1437, December 13, 2015, SPA -- In a complete reversal of fortunes from last week's regional election first round when France's anti immigration, far-right National Front came out on top, exit polls on Sunday showed the party could not win any French region, dpa reported.
The staff formed letters visible from the sky to spell out "Tiens' dream is Nice in the Cote d'Azur" to mark a 20-year partnership between the Chinese company and the French region.
2 ONLY bubbly produced from the French region of Champagne can be called Champagne.
French region Brittany are set to invite Scotland to join a new-look version of the Celtic Cup.
explores how as the French region of Languedoc came to be absorbed into the medieval Capetian kingdom in the wake of the Albigensian Crusade municipal, royal, and ecclesiastical officials struggled for jurisdiction over the population of the city of Toulouse, as well as how urban populations themselves engaged in these contestations through protests, revolts, and public engagement with the legal system, thereby playing a key role in the formation of the political and judicial structures of the 13th and 14th centuries.