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Synonyms for Aquitaine

a region of southwestern France between Bordeaux and the Pyrenees


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We might ask why, to take one example, someone like the troubadour Guillaume IX of Aquitane depicts the profit economy as a vagina that enlarges with use.
The bribery issue first came to the attention of the French in 2002 when a Paris prosecutor received information from an official of Technip, (28) a French company that was a partner in TSKJ consortium, about a Nigerian "slush fund" when the official was being questioned about his role in the alleged acts of fraud by the French oil company, Elf Aquitane (subsequently Total).
Peter O'Toole and Katharine Hepburn as Britain's King Henry II and his estranged wife, Eleanor of Aquitane, conduct a battle royal over which of their sons--Richard, Geoffrey, or John (played exquisitely by Anthony Hopkins, John Castle, and Nigel Terry, respectively)--will inherit Henry's throne.
a Canadian corporation that traded on the American Stock Exchange, brought a derivative suit alleging damages from a fraudulent sale of Banff treasury stock to two foreign companies, Aquitane of Canada, Ltd.
French oil groups Elf Aquitane and TotalFina yesterday announced an agreed merger to create the world's fourth largest oil group.
74 and Shell slipped 3p to 510p, partly unnerved by the latest oil merger which saw French groups Elf Aquitane and TotalFinal join to become the world fourth largest oil business.
Blonde d' Aquitane, pounds 1400, pounds 1100, pounds 1020 The Laurels.
M/s Gibb of Jubilee Buildings sold four Blonde D' Aquitane bulls to average pounds 906.