Jura

Wines made up of several grape varieties: for red wines 'Poulsard', 'Trousseau' and 'Pinot Noir'; for white wines 'Savigny', ' Chardonnay' and 'Pinot'; and for yellow wines 'Savigny'.
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Jura

Ju'ra noun [ French & Latin ] 1. A range of mountains between France and Switzerland. 2. (Geol.) The Jurassic period. See Jurassic .
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jura

1. A range of mountains between France and Switzerland. ... 2. <geology> The Jurassic period. See Jurassic. ... Origin: F. & L. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Jura

• (n.) 1. A range of mountains between France and Switzerland. • (n.) The Jurassic period. See Jurassic.
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Jura

(from the article `Franche-Comté`) région of France encompassing the eastern départements of Jura, Doubs, Haute-Saône, and the Territoire de Belfort. Franche-Comté is bounded by the ...
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Jura

fourth largest island of the Inner Hebrides, Argyll and Bute council area, historic county of Argyllshire, Scotland. It is 27 miles (43 km) long, 2–8 ...
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Jura

canton, northwestern Switzerland, comprising the folded Jura Mountains in the south and extending northward to the hilly region of the limestone Jura ...
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Jura

Jura (zhürä') , department (1990 pop. 249,600), E France, in Franche-Comté, bordering on Switzerland. Lons-le-Saunier is the capital. The area is a major producer of Gruyère cheese and a center for the manufacture of plastics and pipes.
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Jura

Jura (joor'u, Fr. zhürä', Ger. yOO'rä) , mountain range, part of the Alpine system, E France and NW Switzerland, occupying parts of the French region of Franche-Comté and the Swiss cantons of Vaud, Neuchâtel, Bern, Solothurn, and Basel. It extends in narrow, pa...
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Jura

Jura (joor'u, Fr. zhürä' , Ger. yOO'rä) , canton (1993 pop. 68,300), 3,256 sq mi (840 sq km), NW Switzerland. In the Jura Mts., bordered by the Swiss cantons of Bern on the south and Solothurn in the east and by France in the north and west. Its capital is Delémont,...
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Jura

Jura, island, Great Britain: see Hebrides, the.
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Jura

Island of the Inner Hebrides, Argyll and Bute; area 380 sq km/147 sq mi; population (2001) 188. It is separated from the Scottish mainland by the Sound of Jura. The whirlpool Corryvreckan (Gaelic `Brecan's cauldron`) is off the north coast. It has a range of mountains known as the `Paps of Jura`, the highest of w...
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Jura

<i>(Schweiz)</i> Canton with the main town in the French Del
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Jura

The wine-growing region is located in the East France between Burgundy and the Switzerland . It has a long, already Pliny the Elder (23-79) documented wine history, as evidenced by numerous Roman wine amphorae are found here. The wine from this area was already very popular in the Middle Ages and one of his lovers was King Henry IV (1553-1610). In
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Jura

Wine region named for the Jura Mountains of eastern France (near the Swiss border). Many different wine types are produced in the Jura region although the region is not large. Best known of the region are wines from the town of Arbois -- which is also the birthplace of Louis Pasteur.
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