mouton


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Synonyms for mouton

meat from a mature domestic sheep

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The organisers of the rally emphasise that the safety of both crews and spectators is a top priority, and they invited Mouton to scrutinise the island's top international sporting fixture.
Although she's exhibited regularly over the past decade on the West Coast (most often in Vancouver, where she studied at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design), Monique Mouton only recently received her first solo show in New York, her home now for several years.
He was a successful race car driver in his 20s (finishing fourth, under the pseudonym Georges Philippe, at the inaugural Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco, behind winner William Grover-Williams), and a film producer at 30 (producing the 1932 film Lac-aux-Dames, the first French talkie to gain international recognition with a script by the famous French novelist Colette), before concentrating on the family estate to develop and bring ChAC/teau Mouton Rothschild in Pauillac to premier cru status.
GT Golf enthusiasts who appreciate a fine bordeaux can now look forward to giving their wine rack (and golfing treasures) a boost with the limited edition Baron Philippe De Rothschild Mouton Cadet Ryder Cup Cuvee 2012, France (PS15, www.
Managing Director Anny Mouton has been at the forefront since its inception, helping launch amongst others the Multichoice Namibia brand and Unleaded petrol.
To my knowledge it hasn't been performed since the 16th century," said Peter Urquhart, founder and director of Capella Alamire, about Franco-Flemish composer Noel Bauldeweyn's "Missa Du bon du cueur," one of the works in tonight's program titled "The Legacy of Jean Mouton.
com)-- Patty Mouton, vice president of outreach and advocacy for the Orange County chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, is being honored this October with Fairhaven's Oliver Halsell Care Award for her steadfast dedication to advocacy and education for those affected by dementia.
Well, it isn't exactly an original idea, for the acclaimed Bordeaux wine house, Chateau Mouton Rothschild, has been commissioning the world's leading artists to design its label every year since 1945, when it launched the tradition to celebrate the Allied victory in World War II.
When Tony Mouton moved to Southern California to expand his business in 1990, he feared that his inability to speak Spanish would be a setback.
THE much-vaunted Baron Philippe De Rothschild stable produces one of the heavenly superstars of Bordeaux, Chateau Mouton Rothschild, and a couple of its distinguished lieutenants, as the house calls them, Chateau d'Armailhac and Chateau Clerc Milon.
Melanie Mouton says she paid dhs250,000 for a studio apartment in Al Areifi Marina Tower three years ago, before it was built.
And Shell remembers thinking that Kevin Mouton didn't seem to be feeling the strain that comes with being interim coach of a team heading for the wrong end of history.
Mouton argues that the deep-seated conflicts among the major parties prevented the Weimar Republic from developing a coherent family policy.
Marc Mouton, councilman from Lafayette, La, was an active participant on the Charlotte build.