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Le Mans(lə mäN′)
A city of northwest France west-southwest of Paris. Settled in pre-Roman times, it is famous for its annual (since 1923) 24-hour sports car races.
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Le Mans(French lə mɑ̃)
(Placename) a city in NW France: scene of the first experiments in motoring and flying; annual motor race. Pop: 148 169 (2006)
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Le Mans(lə ˈmɑ̃)
a city in NW France: auto racing. 155,245.
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