Meanwhile, Laura Muir won the 800m at the Montbeliard
Demi-Fond in France.
(iii) three imported breeds: Prim'Holstein (Pie-Red), Montbeliard
, and Brown of the Alps.
On 20 June, the European Commission green-lighted four new additions to the list of protected designations of origin (PDOs) and protected geographical indications (PGI).aFor France, the Saucisse de Montbeliard
' (PGI), smoked pork sausage from Franche-Comte, and Fraises de Nimes' (PGI), early strawberries produced on the Plateau des Costieres around Nimes; for Spain, Pasas de Malaga' (PDO), sun-dried raisin from the region of Malaga, obtained with the variety of grapes muscat d'Alexandrie; and for Greece, Agoureleo Chalkidikis' (PDO), extra virgin olive oil made in the Chalkidiki department from local varieties of olives.
(1600 GMT) Friday, 60 kilometers (40 miles) west of the French-Swiss border near the town of Montbeliard
Detained at his home in the eastern city of Mulhouse, Nicolas Panard was being held in nearby Montbeliard
along with a suspected accomplice.
According to the local L'Alsace newspaper the two men targeted primarily gay victims and the arrests were the result of two years' work by a police officer based in Montbeliard
who had originally only been investigating a murder in 1991 in nearby Sochaux.
As part of the planned Rhine-Rhone (Dijon-Mulhouse) high-speed rail link, Wilkinson Eyre were the winners of a design competition for this 850m long viaduct between Montbeliard
With no away goal conceded at the Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium, the Greek club will now be favourites to progress to the last 16 ( and a possible meeting with Newcastle United ( when the teams meet in Montbeliard
Although his under-strength side lost 2-0 at the Montbeliard
club's Stade Bonal, Tigana will take confidence from Saturday's battling performance to secure a result in Athens.
The 1586 Colloquy of Montbeliard
, in which Theodore Beza, chief spokesman for Reformed (Calvinist) theology, faced Jacob Andreae, the leading theologian for Wurttemberg's Lutheran tradition, provides an excellent opportunity to see in microcosm some of the chief forces of the Age of Confessionalism at work.
Bauhin was forced to return to Switzerland in 1568 by a wave of renewed religious persecution, but in 1571 he was appointed physician to Duke Frederick of Wurttemberg, ruler of Wurttemberg and Montbeliard
, who proved to be a gracious and supportive patron.