Gentilly


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Gen´til`ly


adv.1.In a gentle or hoble manner; frankly.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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On the left, Issy, Vanvres, Vaugirarde, Montrouge, Gentilly, with its round tower and its square tower, etc.; on the right, twenty others, from Conflans to Ville-l'Evêque.
"Infrastructure has to be a top priority, and projects like this represent innovative strategies to live with water, and to improve the quality of life for the Gentilly community," Cantrell said in the news release.
The second Open House from the hip JO&JOE brand was unveiled at the beginning of the month, a stone's throw from Paris's Gentilly RER station.
The one above that, Grand Marshal VIP Pass, includes access to a standing-room-only area at the front of the festival's three biggest stages - Acura Stage, Gentilly Stage and the Congo Square Stage - on top of giving fans entrance to private restrooms and the Grand Marshal Hospitality Tent.
- Gentilly, France-based biopharmaceutical company Sanofi (NYSE: SNY; EURONEXT: SAN) and Tarrytown, New York-based serious medical conditions treatment developer Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
(NASDAQ: CPRT), a global online vehicle auction company, is expanding its New Orleans, Louisiana location at 14600 Old Gentilly Road.
Established in 2015, Home by Hand was created by Project Home Again, which built more than 170 homes in New Orleans in the Gentilly neighborhood on the northeast side of the city.
NU-PC360 spent two days touring the neighborhoods that were most affected by Hurricane Katrina, including Lakeview, Gentilly and the Lower Ninth Wards.
Bookended by two post-Katrina stories, this collection takes us from the secretive hive of the French Quarter to decaying cemeteries, from Gentilly to Uptown to family dramas in the suburbs.
on May 29 in the Gentilly neighborhood of New Orleans.
A portion of the proceeds from sales of "A Storm Called Katrina" will be donated to the Norman Mayer library in Gentilly, New Orleans, the area in which the fictional Louis Daniel lives.