- a constitutional monarchy in a tiny enclave on the French Riviera
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Small sovereign state forming an enclave in southern France, with the Mediterranean Sea to the south. Government Under the 1911 constitution, modified in 1917 and largely rewritten in 1962, Monaco...
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Principality of Monaco noun
a constitutional monarchy in a tiny enclave on the French Riviera
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sovereign principality located along the Mediterranean Sea in the midst of the resort area of the Côte d`Azur (French Riviera). The city of Nice lies ... [21 related articles]
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Monaco (mon'ukō, mōnä'kō, Fr. mônäkō') , officially Principality of Monaco, independent principality (2005 est. pop. 32,400), c.370 acres (150 hectares), on the Mediterranean Sea, an enclave within Alpes-Maritimes dept., SE France, near the Italian...
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Small sovereign state forming an enclave in southern France, with the Mediterranean Sea to the south. Government Under the 1911 constitution, modified in 1917 and largely rewritten in 1962, Monaco is a hereditary principality, but an earlier concept of endowing the prince with a divine right to rule...
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Monaco is a sovereign city-state in Western Europe. Monaco-Ville is the old town of Monaco and one of its administrative divisions. Monaco may also refer to: ==Computing and Internet== ==Sport and games== == Other uses == == See also== ...
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Monaco is a monospaced sans-serif typeface designed by Susan Kare and Kris Holmes. It ships with OS X and was already present with all previous versions of the Mac operating system. Characters are distinct, and it is difficult to confuse 0 (figure zero) and O (uppercase O), or 1 (figure one), | (Vertical bar), I (uppercase i) and
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==Follow-up album failures== In 1999, Polydor Records rejected Monaco`s follow up album, the self-titled Monaco, due to the radically changing trends in music at the time in a money saving move reducing their artists to the more popular music. Papillon Records agreed to pick up the album, though the planned single release of `I`ve Go
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Monaco oʊ, officially the Principality of Monaco (Principauté de Monaco (pʁɛ̃sipote də monako); Monégasque: Principatu de Múnegu; Principato di Monaco; Principat de Mónegue), is a sovereign city-state and microstate, located on the French Riviera in Western Europe. It is bordered by France on three sides; one side borders the Mediterranea
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Monaco is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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