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(French ʒəmap)
(Placename) a town in SW Belgium, in Hainaut province west of Mons: scene of a battle (1792) during the French Revolutionary Wars, in which the French defeated the Austrians
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a town in SW Belgium. 12,455.
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Along Quai de Jemmapes, in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, an area of canal and markets that could be mistaken for Amsterdam, people are reading by the water or taking a snooze as shopkeepers restock their fruit and vegetable crates.
Kevin, who is originally from Cobh, Co Cork, runs the Cork and Cavan bar on Quai de Jemmapes, a minute's walk from one of the bars where several people died.