Rennes


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Rennes

 (rĕn)
A city of northwest France north of Nantes. It was an important Gallo-Roman town and became capital of Brittany in 1196.

Rennes

(French rɛn)
n
(Placename) a city in NW France: the ancient capital of Brittany. Pop: 214 813 (2006)

Rennes

(rɛn)

n.
a city in NW France. 200,390.
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He told me he'd seen it in a shop in the Rue de Rennes and bought it for fifteen francs.
Contract notice for Acquisition of an invasive characterization system / noninvasive metamaterials for Institute of Electronics and Telecommunications of Rennes
BACK Rennes on a corners handicap of -1 in their Ligue 1 game at home to Saint-Etienne.
Travel Business Review-July 25, 2016--Flybe announces launch of new route to Rennes from London City Airport
Director of football Damien Comolli (right) has identified the Rennes defensive midfielder as a central player in the rebuilding of the Reds.
MANCHESTER City insisted they have acted "within the rules" over the signing of 17-year-old defender Jeremy Helan after FIFA confirmed they are investigating a complaint by French side Rennes.
Summary: Paris - French business school of Rennes, an international graduate school of management, will open an institution in Morocco in 2010.
And even though, the Blues pursued M'Bia vigorously last summer, only for Rennes to dig their heels in and refuse to sell, Everton seem highly unlikely to renew that interest.
And I don't see the difference between him being at Rennes or in Manchester as long as he is in a good environment.
The Ibrox boss has won all of his last four matches at the home of tonight's UEFA Cup opponents with his previous clubs, Lyon and Rennes.
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Rennes, Rennes, France
FRENCH club Rennes have announced Czech Republic international goalkeeper Petr Cech will join Chelsea at the end of the current season.