Ushant

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Ush·ant

 (ŭsh′ənt)
An island of northwest France in the Atlantic Ocean off western Brittany. Naval battles between the French and the British occurred off the island in 1778 and 1794.

Ushant

(ˈʌʃənt)
n
(Placename) an island off the NW coast of France, at the tip of Brittany: scene of naval battles in 1778 and 1794 between France and Britain. Area: about 16 sq km (6 sq miles). French name: Ouessant
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Contract award: planning medians for ports and conquet stiff studies on ouessant island.
Contract notice: Planning medians for ports and conquet stiff studies on ouessant island.