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Trèves

 (trĕv)
See Trier.
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Trèves

(trɛv)
n
(Placename) the French name for Trier
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Elle a egalement instaure plusieurs treves humanitaires ces dernieres semaines afin de permettre l'evacuation de civils et de blesses, et l'acheminement de l'aide humanitaire.
After he was discovered there by surgeon Frederick Treves in 1884, he lived in London Hospital up to his death six years later.