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Villars

(French vilar)
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(Biography) Claude Louis Hector de (klod lwi ɛktɔr də). 1653–1734, French marshal, distinguished for his command in the War of the Spanish Succession (1701–14)
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Pierre Villars, Karin Cenzual, and Roman Gladyshevskii
In a statement on the Spanish Civil Guard's website, the police said the two Villars, RFEF vice-president Juan Padron and two senior officials from Tenerife have been arrested on suspicion of falsifying documents, misappropriation of funds and other fraudulent activity.
The Villars have not yet announced whom they would field in a possible special election for the soon-to-be vacated Las Pinas district.
The burglars escaped through the patio door and ran into an alleyway at the rear of the houses on Villars Street.
Villars attempts to identify the cause of Evelina's unhappiness, but Evelina tries to evade his enquiries.
Hitler, like most fastidious vegans with a short fuse for vulgarity, devours half his nut cutlet before pushing the plate away and proceeding to lecture Lou Villars on the merits of veganism as the proper dietetics of the great German empire--just as Lou's lover, Inge Wallser, has said he would.
City saved by Villars strike, nude dummy causes row, bogus police in mail van heist, Ryan and Ronnie to split and more made the news 40 years ago this week 'Here it is, son, have a go.
One of the best ways of getting around the region - which includes Chateau-d'Oex, Villars, Diablerets, Bex and Gryon - is with an Access Card that allows you free entry to lots of local attractions and lets you hop onto public transport.
The scenery al fresco Top chef Joel Quentin cooks at the Peppino restaurant at the Eurotel Victoria in Villars, and forages among the fields and mountains for fresh herbs, edible flowers and plants for dishes featured in his Alpine Gastronomy dinner.
The scenery al fresco | The scenery al fresco Top chef Joel Quentin cooks at the Peppino restaurant at the Eurotel Victoria in Villars, and forages among the fields and mountains for fresh herbs, edible flowers and plants for dishes featured in his Alpine Gastronomy dinner.
Our next base was the Alpine town of Villars where we stayed at the Residence Alpe Fleurie, a picture–postcard, chalet–style hotel, with flower–bedecked balconies and stunning views over the Rhone Valley and the Dents du Midi mountain range.
The two-day technical conference dedicated to micro manufacturing aims to stimulate networking and discussions in the casual atmosphere of Villars, a charming village and ski resort located at 1250 meters of altitude in the Swiss Alps.