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(French mɔ̃trœj)
(Placename) an E suburb of Paris: formerly famous for peaches, but now industrialized. Pop: 102 889 (2006)
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(mɔ̃ˈtrœ yə)

a suburb of Paris, in N France. 93,394.
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D'Artagnan, on his side, went up to the landlady, praised her wine -- which was a horrible production from the country of Montreuil -- and heard from her that there were only two houses of importance in the village; one of these belonged to the Archbishop of Paris, and was at that time the abode of his niece the Duchess of Longueville; the other was a convent of Jesuits and was the property -- a by no means unusual circumstance -- of these worthy fathers.
And while it isn't gold, Mattawa businessman and part-time prospector Ron Montreuil is confident a full-scale development of his garnet property will occur.
In fact, Bob Trebilcock's Big Picture (page 22) on Benoit Montreuil's Physical Internet Initiative, or Pi, fully embraces this holistic view--but boldly takes it a few conceptual steps into the future.
PARIS, FRANCE: Carlyle Europe Real Estate Partners and GECINA have agreed to the signing of a sale option of Valmy, a newly developed office building in Montreuil close to Paris 20, an investment higher than $156 million.
Pi, as it's also known, was the brainchild of Benoit Montreuil, a professor in the department of operations and decision systems at the Universite Laval in Quebec and a member of the College-Industry Council on Material Handling Education (CICMHE).