Anjou


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a former province of western France in the Loire valley

a pear with firm flesh and a green skin

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Anjou and the family lawyer, Remi Atoyebi of Matanmi Chamber, at a briefing appealed to the Federal Government under the Muhammadu Buhari administration to wade into the matter and tell the Nigerian Army to comply with the rule of law.
The Anjou pears given to us were not 100 percent ripe, which became advantageous for me because of its crunch that it added.
The estimates for leading varieties include 8.9 million standard boxes for Green Anjou, about 51 percent of total Northwest fresh pear crop, 4.4 million standard boxes of Bartlett (25 percent of the total crop) and 2.2 million Bosc respectively (13 percent of the total crop.) Red Anjou will represent 6 percent of the crop with a potential 1.1 million standard boxes.
"When it comes to the ultimate survival of delis, we don't know what's going to happen yet,'' said Anjou during a telephone interview last week, the day after "Deli Man'' had been shown at the New York Jewish Film Festival.
Anjou (29%) and Bosc (17%) pears also claim a large share of sales.
No wonder the Anjou is one of America's favorite pears.
Some European pears, such as Anjou and Taylor Gold pears, have potential for use as fresh-cut commodities.
BETTING: 9-4 Robinson Cruso, 10-3 Faithful One, 6 Count Of Anjou, 7 Khajaaly, 10 Zakiy, 14 But Beautiful, Compton Park, 16 Qaraqum, Serious Matters, Resolute Road, 33 Others.
NEWSBOY 1.40 ROBINSON CRUSO, 2.10 JAMBO BIBI, 2.40 SEYAAQ, 3.15 VITZNAU (NAP), 3.50 SUMMERINTHECITY, 4.25 SUITS ME, 4.55 DECEMBER DRAW, 5.25 CORSICA DOUBLE: VITZNAU and BOLLIN GRETA (3.35 Doncaster) BOUVERIE 1.40 COUNT OF ANJOU, 2.10 BREEDJ, 2.40 DIVINE CALL, 3.15 VITZNAU, 3.50 SUMMERINTHECITY (NAP), 4.25 TAZEEZ, 4.55 EASTERN ARIA, 5.25 CORSICA DOUBLE: SUMMERINTHECITY and EASTERN ARIA NORTHERN CORRESPONDENT: 3.15 THEBES, 4.55 EASTERN ARIA, 5.25 CORSICA
In 1400 Yolande, described by the chronicler Jean Juvenal des Ursins as 'one of the most beautiful creatures that one could see', married Louis II of Anjou, the cousin of Charles VI of France.
IF YOU like holidays where the pace is a lot more serene, then you are sure to like the Anjou region of France - and you will positively love it aboard a Penichette cruiser.
Artist Danielle Anjou hears voices, and if she has learned anything in the 15 years since she became a sculptor, it is to listen.
This impressive study sets out to answer the question, 'What did it mean to be a queen in fifteenth-century England' when the country was torn apart by the Wars of the Roses, rather than to give a collection of potted biographies of four queen consorts: Margaret of Anjou (Henry VI), Elizabeth Woodville (Edward IV), Anne Neville (Richard III), Elizabeth of York (Henry VII).
Located in the Western Loire, the winemaking region of Anjou is often overlooked.