Grasse

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Grasse

 (grăs, gräs)
A town of southeast France west of Nice. Probably founded in Roman times, it was an independent republic in the 1100s. The city has long been noted for its perfume industry.
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Grasse

(grɑs)

n.
a city in S France. 37,673.
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Pauline, who then became an English teacher, now lives in Monaco - close to Noel's pounds 3million home in Magagnosc, near Grasse, in the south of France.
Pauline, who then became an English teacher, now lives in Monaco - close to Noel's pounds 4million home in Magagnosc in the south of France.