bastide


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bastide

1. A medieval settlement built for defense purposes and generally laid out with a geometric plan, esp. in France.
2. A small rural dwelling in southern France.
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For example, officials say Bastide fragrances exceed the EU criteria for safety, and the brand ensures each artisan's workshop is eco-certified.
Taking my leave of Albi, I set off on the drive to the bastide town of Cordes-sur-Ciel, voted France's favourite village.
It's easy to forget about the rest of the world when you're at La Bastide, with its rustically French interior and exposed brickwork and beams, especially when you climb into the clawed roll-top bath adorned with Pure Altitude beauty products or tuck into the freshly cooked dishes.
Country: BelgiumSector: HealthcareTarget: Dorge MedicBuyer: Bastide Le Confort Medical SAVendor: Arseus NV Type: DivestmentStatus: Closed
com or contact La Bastide de Moustiers at +33 (0)4 92704747.
They have settled on Avenue Thiers in the Bastide district, where residents keep complaining of the filth, the smells, and the laud music.
The next day we headed further south to the Domaine de la Bastide parc in the Ardeche, pausing for a view of the spectacular Chateau de Chambord before hitting the road.
E, principal environmental engineer, Louis Berger Group; Karen Roberts, EVP & president, Walmart Realty; Tanya Pope, executive director, construction business services, Columbia University Facilities; Heidi Strom, senior vice president, AON Risk Services, Construction Services Group; Lore de la Bastide, vice president of purchasing, Con Edison of NY; Gloria B.
En lineas generales, podemos decir que en la sociologia brasilena, el sociologo frances Roger Bastide (1) fue uno de los precursores de la aplicacion de la tecnica de la historia de vida y tambien del debate teorico-practico que abarca su aplicacion.
4 October 2010 - French medical products and services provider Bastide Le Confort Medical (EPA: BLC) booked a recurring operating profit of EUR6.
But Carcassonne's bastide also has its origins in the Cathar heresy that spread throughout Languedoc early in the thirteenth century.
Montreal) describes how French sociologist Roger Bastide (1898-1974) conducted a range of studies on the Afro-Brazilian religion that was vibrant in the northeast--especially Salvador de Bahia--while working at the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil.