Orly

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Orly

(from the article `building construction`) ...architect Max Berg and the engineers Dyckerhoff & Widmann; its ribbed dome spanned 65 metres (216 feet), exceeding the span of the Pantheon. More ...
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Orly

[n] - a suburb of Paris
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Orly

noun a southeastern suburb of Paris; site of an international airport serving Paris
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Orly

[software] Orly is an open-source graph database, implemented in GCC over clang/LLVM. ...
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orly

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Orly

Orly (ôrlē') , city (1990 pop. 21,824), Val-de-Marne dept., N central France, a suburb SE of Paris. It is the site of Orly airport, which with Charles de Gaulle is one of the two chief airports of Paris. There is an industrial and warehouse zone north of the airport.
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Orly

Suburb of the French capital Paris in the département of Val-de-Marne; population (1990) 21,800. Orly international airport is the busiest in France
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