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Synonyms for Brittany

a former province of northwestern France on a peninsula between the English Channel and the Bay of Biscay

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The hillclimb or 'course de cote' as it is called in France was set in the beautiful Britanny countryside on closed narrow public roads set over a distance of 1.
Britanny and Rachelle Davies, 15, will take to the stage in the area finals of the UK Teenstar contest in Manchester today.
We are seeing some states stepping up, but the majority don't have anything specific in their budgets,'' said Britanny Vanderhoof, policy counsel for the Polaris Project.
Henley 79, Cottage Grove 23: Britanny Kochenderfer led three players in double figures with a game-high 16 points, and the Hornets cruised to a victory over the host Lions.
00 * Christmas - sail to Antwerp in Belgium New Year - sail to Rouen in France Departs 24/29 December 2013 Return mini-cruise from Portsmouth for 3 nights, on board the fabulous MV Pont Aven of award winning Britanny Ferries Your choice of cabin On board entertainment and festive party atmosphere Time at leisure at your chosen destination Take advantange of value added optional extras.
Following Rankin, Jean-Luc Deuffic shows how there is still much to do on the different neumatic notations in Britanny, whereas Michel Huglo, in his second chapter in the volume, discusses the distinctive 'Aquitanian' notation, showing how it differs from manuscripts of the period written and notated elsewhere in France.
Serving as the bride's proxy was her cousin, Britanny Piazza.
Brest have only lost once when he has scored but it's interesting to note that Ben Basat has to score away from home for his club this season and, like him, Brest are much better in Britanny.
Winner of the young citizen of the year was Britanny Byrnes, 13, of Lumley Street, Loftus, who is a young carer for her 14-year-old sister Paris who suffers from epilepsy and learning disabilities.
Frebourg's own recipe for "tholing it", as we Scots say, is a book-long dialogue with his favorite author, discovered at fourteen--"C'est apres la lecture de Madame Bovary a l'age de quatorze ans que j'ai decide de faire mon coup d'Etat interieur: devenir ecrivain"--and rediscovered in the Correspondance, his moral Bible, culminating--by this point it is clear that Gaston will survive-in a pilgrimage to Britanny, following in the footsteps of Flaubert and Maxime du Camp, as related in Par les champs, par les greves.
Music comes from across the globe via Australian duo Cloudbeat, and Britanny based band The Churchfitters.
The news comes as British Airways is about to start brand new services from the Docklands airport to Mahon in Menorca, Quimper in Britanny and Angers in the Loire Valley in France from May.
Emperor penguin Mumble (Elijah Wood) has grown up a bit and now has his own chick, Erik, with Gloria - Pink has replaced Britanny Murphy and brings an excellent singing voice to the role.
So we borrowed one from the Caravan Club and had a lovely holiday in Britanny.
GettingThere Russell Youll travelled courtesy of Siblu holidays and Britanny Ferries.