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a city on the Loire river in north central France

a long siege of Orleans by the English was relieved by Joan of Arc in 1429

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Defenders: Abdoul Ba (AJ Auxerre, France), Bakary Ndiaye (DifaS Hassani of El Jadida, Morocco), Sally Sarr (Servette FC, Switzerland), Diadie Diarra (CS Sedan Ardennes, France), Harouna Sy (Grenoble Foot 38, France), El Mostapha Diaw (Nouakchott Kings), Aly Abeid (Agrupacion Deportiva Alcorcon, Spain), Abdoul Kader Thiam (US Orleans, France)
An exhibition to be built entirely by flying robots will be hosted by the FRAC Centre in Orleans, France. Entitled 'Flight Assembled Architecture', the 6m-high tower will be comprise 1,500 prefabricated polystyrene foam modules.
It was shot at Pinewood Studios with the monorail exterior scene taken at the French SAFEGE test track at Chateauneuf-sur-Loire near Orleans, France.
Until recently, Cargill had been supplying the bulk of McDonald's chicken requirements in Russia from its plant in Orleans, France. The decision to make this investment is in line with McDonald's strategic choice of pursuing local supply in Russia.
There's always a sense of wandering with poet Nick Fox, and no wonder: The man always seems to be on the move, drifting from reading to reading across the country, taking up residence in such disparate places as Flagstaff, Ariz., Chicago, New Orleans, France and, most recently, Maine, where he's finishing up a novel and being a constant presence as "The Voice of God" announcer at the National Poetry Slam Finals.
Cilas, Orleans, France. www.cilas.com or call + 33 2 38 64 15 55.
The shallowest reservoir now lies at a depth of eight to nine kilometres.The chamber's depth determines the chemical composition of the magma and also the way in which its energy will be released, they explain.Lead researcher Bruno Scaillet of the Institute of Earth Sciences in Orleans, France, said it was crucial to identify the composition of the magma lurking at the top of the chamber.
A rare picture of an osprey dive-bombing a conservation worker in the Forest of Orleans, France Picture: GILLES PERRODIN
The cardinal was spared, however, because a Catholic family in Orleans, France, sheltered him and his sister during the war.
International conference on the Physics of Dusty Plasmas (4th: 2005: Orleans, France) Ed.
The film's first half follows an annual pageant in Orleans, France, where a young woman is picked to incarnate Joan of Arc.
* Contribution of the regions to Europe's actions in the world: a seminar to be staged on October 6 in Orleans, France, by the Conseil Regional du Centre with round tables on trade, development policy, humanitarian aid and culture.
In January, Laguedani, 22, was imprisoned for stabbing the 56-year-old Cardiff man in Orleans, France, in April 2002.
The 2003 conference was held in Orleans, France, but because of the unique nature of the fuchsia collection at Margam Park, delegates opted to come to Neath Port Talbot this year.
Calatrava, who is known for such work as the Bridge of Europe in Orleans, France and the Athens Olympic sports stadium, is expected to partner with DMJM + Harris and STV Group to design the terminal.