Monegasque


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Synonyms for Monegasque

a native or inhabitant of Monaco

of or relating to or characteristic of Monaco or its people

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Many Monegasques, as residents of the principality are known, might live in the tax haven to protect their fortunes, but they are subject to the same foibles as other mere mortals, perhaps synergised by the heady mixture of opulence and complex wealth management issues.
It consists in encouraging and promoting expertise sharing between Tunisian and Monegasque enterprises and co-operation in terms of developing SMEs operating in strategic and high added-value sectors.
The Monegasque royal said that both Albert and her take turns in looking after the kids.
L'ancien Monegasque a ainsi vigoureusement conteste la version de l'histoire donnee par Djibril Cisse en decembre 2015 sur D8.
Monaco has full customs integration with France, which collects and rebates Monegasque trade duties.
Kieler Woche runs from June 20 to 28, and the crew, intent on shaving a few more seconds off the Kiel Week Welcome Race record that they smashed by almost 20 minutes last year, will welcome onboard Boris Herrmann, Germany's best-known offshore sailor, and keen sailor Pierre Casiraghi, youngest son of Caroline, Princess of Hanover and seventh in line to the Monegasque throne.
La Monegasque UK Ltd, The Priory, High Street, Ware, Herts SG12 9AL.
French is the official language but Italian, English, and Monegasque are widely spoken.
There will also be an exclusive showcase of personalised couture garments and accessories by D'Ora Tokai which captures the essence of Monegasque heritage and its passion for driving.
French, English, Italian, and Monegasque are languages spoken in which country?
After an exceptional World Cup, Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez was subject of interest from Spanish giants Real Madrid, and there was no way Monaco could say no to a bid of e1/480 million, almost double what the Monegasque club paid only 12 months previously.
With views of the Burj Khalifa, an open terrace, a piano bar under dazzling chandeliers suspended from a high ceiling and intimate dining spaces blown up by rich red velvet and satin drapery, the Monegasque opulence is almost complete in what is the first Sass venue outside of this roughly two kilometer square city state bordered by the Mediterranean Sea on one side.
In between, "Grace" offers a vision of the Philadelphia-born Oscar winner as not exactly an ugly duckling, but certainly a gauche American unschooled in the manners and mores of the European aristocracy, and very much an outsider in her own sovereign state, where she arrived in 1956 after marrying the Monegasque prince Rainier III (played here by Tim Roth).
The day the Hitchcock blonde married Monegasque Prince Rainier in April 1956, it forever sealed the links between Monaco, the French Riviera and glamour.
Batelco reversed its $100m acquisition of a 25 per cent stake in Compagnie Monegasque de Communication from Cable & Wireless Communications at the end of December, as the deal ran into regulatory problems.