Plombières

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Plombières

(plôNbyĕr`) or

Plombières-les-Bains

(–lā-băN), village, Vosges dept., NE France, in the Vosges Mts. It is a fashionable spa, with radioactive springs used since Roman times for medicinal purposes. Housewares and embroidered goods are also made there. Plombières was the scene of a meeting (1858) between Napoleon III and Cavour, which resulted in the cession of Savoy and Nice to France.
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Desde la poesia se rescata la figura de Gongora, y algo despues la de Garcilaso de la Vega, a traves de las plumas de German Bleiberg, Miguel Hernandez, Dionisio Ridruejo o Leopoldo Panero, quienes comparten el interes por el soneto y por otros aspectos formales rescatados del poeta renacentista, pero se decantan por diferentes posiciones ideologicas.
Both father and son had a deep interest in, and extensive knowledge of mining and minerals, and frequently visited nearby Bleiberg to observe the operations of the lead mine (Stoddart, 1911) and possibly to collect mi nerals.
Bleiberg's study, The Official Gift in Ancient Egypt (Norman, Okla., 1996); on p.
[19.] Reeves DL, Bleiberg J, Roebuck-Spencer T, Cernich AN, Schwab K, Ivins B, Salazar AM, Harvey SC, Brown FH Jr, Warden D.
All of these are inexpensive, apart from two Bleiberg Lumachella stones at 7 and 15 Ecus.
Laura Bleiberg is the Orange County Register's dance critic.
Produced by Avi Lerner, Ariel Vromen, Bleiberg. Executive producers, Lati Grobman, Laura Rister, Rene Besson, John Thompson, Rabbit Bandini Prods., Danny Dimbort, Trevor Short, Boaz Davidson, Mark Gill.
The locality designation of "Carinthia" might well have referred to the famous wulfenite occurrence at Bleiberg, but might just as well have applied to other lead mines in the province (e.g.