Anjou

Anjou (ɑ̃ʒu) is a former county (in the sense of being ruled by a count, from c. 880), duchy (1360) and province centred on the city of Angers in the lower Loire Valley of western France. Its traditional Latin name was Andegavia. Anjou was united with the English Crown from 1151-1199, when Henry II, and, in turn, his (third) son Richard the Lio...
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anjou

noun a pear with firm flesh and a green skin
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Anjou

(grape variety) Synonym for the grape variety Chenin Blanc; look there.
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Anjou

[AMT] Anjou is a commuter rail station in the borough of Anjou in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It will be a station on AMT`s new Mascouche Line. ==Connecting bus routes== STM buses will connect ...
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Anjou

[ship] The Anjou was a 1642 ton, French steel barque built in 1899. It was wrecked in the Auckland Islands in 1905. ==Wreck== The Anjou was sailing from Sydney to Falmouth with a cargo of wheat. In foggy weather at 8.30pm on 5 February 1905 it struck rocks at Bristow Point, Auckland Island. The ship listed to port and the seas began breakin...
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Anjou

Anjou (äNzhOO') , region and former province, W France, coextensive roughly with Maine-et-Loire and parts of Indre-et-Loire, Mayenne, and Sarthe depts. Angers, the historic capital, and Saumur are the chief towns. A fertile lowland, Anjou is traversed by the Loire, Mayenne, Sarthe, Loir, an...
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Anjou

Former province of northern France. Its capital was Angers, and it is now covered by the département of Maine-et-Loire and parts of Indre-et-Loire, Mayenne, and Sarthe. In 1154 the count of...
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Anjou

Former province of northern France. Its capital was Angers, and it is now covered by the département of Maine-et-Loire and parts of Indre-et-Loire, Mayenne, and Sarthe. In 1154 the count of Anjou became king of England as Henry II, but in 1204 the territory was...
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Anjou

historical and cultural region encompassing the western French département of Maine-et-Loire and coextensive with the former province of Anjou. The ... [1 related articles]
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Anjou

The Anjou is a firm-fleshed, green-skinned species of pear.
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Anjou

The regional appellation in the western section of the winegrowing region Loire respectively on the left bank of this river includes around 220 communities around the city of Angers. The former VDQS area Vins du Thouarsais was integrated in 2011. Here are produced under many AOC designations red, rosé, white and sparkling wines. The wines from her...
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Anjou

Wine growing region of Tourraine producing red, white and rosé wines.
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anjou

[n] - a former province of western France in the Loire valley 2. [n] - green-skinned pear with firm flesh
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