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Garrigues (comarca)
... Les Garrigues is a comarca (county) in Catalonia, Spain ... Its capital is Les Borges Blanques ... in the right panel) is an olive branch, Les Garrigues being the center of olive cultivation (most of it without the necessity of irrigation) in all of Catalonia ...
Auguste Escoffier - Publications
... Le Traité sur L'art de Travailler les Fleurs en Cire (Treatise on the Art of Working with Wax Flowers) (1886) Le Guide Culinaire (1903) Les Fleurs en Cire (new edition ... Le Livre des Menus (Recipe Book) (1912) L'Aide-memoire Culinaire (1919) Le Riz (Rice) (1927) La Morue (Cod) (1929) Ma Cuisine (1934) Hustler Magazine (1978) 2000 ... granddaughter in-law), ISBN 0-471-28803-9 Les Tresors Culinaires de la France (2002, collected by L ...
Ferdinand André Fouqué - Works
... Recherches sur les phénomènes chimiques qui se produisent dans les volcans, 1866 Les anciens volcans de la Grèce 1867 ... Les Tremblements de terre, 1889 ...
French Alps - Ski Areas
... The largest connected ski areas are Les Trois Vallées (Courchevel, Méribel, La Tania, Brides-les-Bains, Saint-Martin-de-Belleville, Les Menuires, Val Thorens and Orelle) 338 slopes ... Portes du Soleil (Avoriaz, Châtel, Morzine, Les Gets, Saint-Jean d'Aulps, La Chapelle d'Abondance, Abondance, Montriond, Swiss resorts) 288 slopes, 650 km of slopes not entirely connected ... Paradiski (La Plagne, Peisey-Vallandry, Les Arcs), Champagny-en-Vanoise 239 slopes, 420 km of slopes ...
François-Vincent Toussaint
... Toussaint (21 December 1715 - 22 June 1772) was a French writer most famous for Les Mœurs (The Manners) ... He later contributed to the first volumes of the Encyclopédie of Jean le Rond d'Alembert and Diderot ... He was fortunate when his novel Les Mœurs was issued, because he was acquainted with the minister of the Navy, Maurepas ...

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