Chateau

In British architecture, a chateau is a grand, decorative house in the style of a French castle.
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chateau

[n] - an impressive country house (or castle) in France
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Château

Generally a winery in Bordeaux, although the term is sometimes used for wineries in other parts of the world, such as the Barossa Valley.
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château

Country house or important residence in France. The term originally applied to a French medieval castle. The château was first used as a domestic building in the late 15th century. By the reign of...
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Chateau

Cha`teau' noun ; plural Chateux . [ French château a castle. See Castle .] 1. A castle or a fortress in France. 2. A manor house or residence of the lord of the manor; a gentleman's country seat; also, particularly, a royal residence; as, the ch...
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chateau

noun an impressive country house (or castle) in France
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Chateau

• (n.) A manor house or residence of the lord of the manor; a gentleman`s country seat; also, particularly, a royal residence; as, the chateau of the Louvre; the chateau of the Luxembourg. • (n.) A castle or a fortress in France.
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château

(from the article `Bordeaux wine`) ...fine wines. It is divided by the Bordeaux wine classification into 36 districts, which in turn are divided into communes. Within these communes, ...
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château

in France, during the 13th and 14th centuries, a castle, or structure arranged for defense rather than for residence. Later the term came to ... [3 related articles]
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Château

Generally a winery in Bordeaux, although the term is sometimes used for wineries in other parts of the world, such as the Barossa Valley.
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château

château (shătō', Fr. shätō') , royal or seignioral residence and stronghold of medieval France—the counterpart of the English castle of the period. In such a fortress, peasants of the surrounding country took refuge during time of war. The early fortified ch...
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château

Click images to enlargeCountry house or important residence in France. The term originally applied to a French medieval castle. The château was first used as a domestic building in the late 15th century. By the reign of Louis XIII (1610–43) fortifications such as moats and keeps were no longer used for defensive...
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Chateau

[Pittsburgh] Chateau is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania`s north city area. It has a zip code of 15233, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 6 (North Shore/Downtown Neighborhoods). It is on the banks of the Ohio River and is separated from the neighborhood of Manchester by PA Route 6...
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Chateâu

This reduced quality image is the cover of the Gamma World `Basic Rules Booklet` that came with the Gamma World game set I bought years ago. I feel that the image captures the feel of this wonderful game well. It is marked copyright 1983 however I understand that this image would qualify as fair use. If this is incorrect please let me know. ...
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Château

Château (plural châteaux; ʃɑto for both the singular and the plural) is a manor house or residence of the lord of the manor or a country house of nobility or gentry, with or without fortifications, originally—and still most frequently—in French-speaking regions. The word château is also used for castles in French, so where clarification i...
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Chateau

French word meaning a wine estate, used especially in the Bordeaux region of France.
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Chateau

(French) Generally refers to an estate that produces wine from vines grown on the property.
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