Ouessant


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Ouessant

(wɛsɑ̃)
n
(Placename) the French name for Ushant
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Among the most beautiful sites of the Breton region are the Ponant Islands, the Gulf of Morbihan and Port-Navalo as well as Houat, HoA'dic, Ouessant, and Belle-Ale-en-Mer.
Looking further afield, Siberian gems in the form of an Eye-browed Thrush turned up on Vlieland, Netherlands and a White's Thrush turned up on Ouessant off the French coast.
Par exemple, a titre comparatif avec un autre milieu insulaire francophone de l'Atlantique francais, file d'Ouessant, a l'entree de la Manche, compte 1950 habitants en 1772 (25).
Sunnier scenes can be found at Stoppenbach & Delestre, which shows Henry Moret's La baie de Lampaul, lie de Ouessant (1897), and at Richard Green Gallery, whose 'Aspects of British Impressionism' includes Alfred Munnings' September Afternoon (c.
We will be keeping a close eye on our new arrivals, the micro sheep (a special breed properly called ouessant [sic]), but they are hardy animals and we don't anticipate any particular problems.
The first eco-museums, conceived in Marqueze within the confines of the Parc naturel regional des Landes de Gascogne (Regional Natural Park of Gascony's des Landes Area), then at Ouessant within the Parc naturel regional d'Armorique (Armorique Regional Natural Park) served as points of reference in developing the definition of these institutions.
"Ouessant ewes and Beltex x Soay crosses have been among the surprises so far, so the results are guaranteed to make interesting reading."
It is believed the tanker was hit another ship south of the island of Ouessant off France's northwest coast.