Loire

[n] - a French river
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Loire

This large region in Northern France is a source of diverse and fascinating wines, and because it is overlooked by most wine lovers, prices are very reasonable. Reds, mainly from Cabernet Franc, can be an acquired taste, but the varied styles of white wines from Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc are often stunning. Arranged along the course of the L
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Loire

Loire River noun the longest French river; rises in the Massif Central and flows north and west to the Atlantic Ocean
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Loire

(from the article `Rhône-Alpes`) région of France encompassing the southeastern départements of Loire, Rhône, Ain, Haute-Savoie, Savoie, Isère, Drôme, and Ardèche. Rhône-Alpes is ...
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Loire

Loire (lwaʁ; Lêre; Léger) is an administrative department in the east-central part of France occupying the River Loire`s upper reaches. ==History== Loire was created in 1793 when after just 3½ years the young Rhône-et-Loire department was split into two. This was a response to counter-Revolutionary activities in Lyon which, by population, wa.
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Loire

Loire, department (1990 pop. 747,100), E central France, in part of Beaujolais and Lyonnais. Saint-Étienne is the capital.
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Loire

Loire, longest river of France, c.630 mi (1,010 km) long, rising in the Cévennes Mts., SE France, and flowing in an arc through central and W France to the Atlantic Ocean at Saint-Nazaire. The upper Loire swiftly flows northwestward through numerous gorges in the Massif Central. At Orlé...
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Loire

(river) Longest river in France, rising in the Cévennes Mountains in the département of Ardèche at 1,350 m/4,430 ft near Mont Gerbier de Jonc, and flowing for over 1,000 km/620 mi north through Nevers to Orléans, then west through Tours and Nantes...
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Loiré

Loiré is a commune in the Maine-et-Loire department in western France. ...
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Loire

[aircraft] In kickboxing, a middleweight fighter weighs between 70 kg (156 lb) and 77 kg (170 lb). ...
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Loire

[river] The Loire (lwaʁ; Léger; Liger) is the longest river in France. With a length of {convert|1012|km|mi}, it drains an area of {convert|117054|km2|sqmi|abbr=on}, which represents more than a fifth of France`s land area. It is the 170th longest river in the world. It rises in the Cévennes in the département of Ardèche at {convert|13
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Loire

The "royal river" (Breton Liger) sets from the Massif Central (Massif Central) in south-central France back to the Atlantic mouth of a path of 1,000 miles. He had this huge wine region with around 70,000 hectares of the name. Like all Waters he exerts a positive effect on the wine and creates the conditions for the formation of valley slo
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Loire

A river in central France as well as a wine region famous for Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Franc.
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