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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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he he In fact, it's on the west coast of Brittany, France.
1966 - The world's first tidal power station is inaugurated on the Rance estuary in Brittany, France.
The team, led by French sailing star Thierry Douillard and including talented Omanis Ali al Balushi and AbdulRahman al Mashari, will head back into battle against some of the world's best crews at the famous regatta in Brittany, France. They will go into the event as favourites for the top spot after a dream result in the Grand Prix Atlantique, the first event of the European racing season, in which they snatched first place in the final race.
Xavier Brose, an avid sailor from Brittany, France, has created a collection of lifestyle accessories inspired by regattas.
This product was designed in Traiteur de Paris' workshop in Brittany, France, using high quality ingredients.
The transaction covers a portfolio of projects including a 51mw ready-to-build project in Brittany, France the construction of which will start this fall with commissioning slated for 2019; a 23.5mw project in Scotland at an advanced stage of development; and 126mw of projects in Scotland at preliminary stages of development.
Born in Brittany, France, Richard started a bakery apprenticeship when he was 14 years old to become a pastry chef and moved to Paris three years later to work at Maison Lenotre under reknowned French pastry chef Gaston Lenotre.
This translation of Pauline Boutal: Destin de d'artiste 1894-1992 describes life and career of Canadian fashion illustrator, artistic director, and visual artist Pauline Boutal (1894-1992), from her childhood in Brittany, France, and emigration to Canada, to her training at the Winnipeg School of Art and other institutions, to her work at Brigden's of Winnipeg and the Cercle Moliere Theatre.
It happened in less than a year before the Maltese-registered tanker Erika broke in two 70km from the coast of Brittany, France, in December 1999.
Torevell said it was a tried-and-tested technology and pointed to the Ranee tidal power station in Brittany, France, that has been generating energy with its 24 turbines for the past 50 years.
Charlotte Le Cerf, 24, from Brittany, France, has fallen in love with Scotland already.
The pair, who met in Jersey nine years ago and now live there with their 20-month-old daughter, plan to marry in Brittany, France.
As 1488 draws to a close in Brittany, France, sixteen-year-old Annith is one of the Convent's best trained and most gifted assassins, but she has yet to be sent out on a mission to honor her father, the god of death, Saint Mortain.
(The 'Wall Street Journal selected the piece as one of the nine best items at the Maison & Objet fair this January.) Dubreil, who was raised in Brittany, France, specialized in applied arts in high school before attending the product-design program at Ecole Boulle in Paris.