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cluse

[klüz]
(geology)
A narrow gorge, trench, or water gap with steep sides that cuts transversely through an otherwise continuous ridge.
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Her life, lived as a half re- cluse, gave rise to all sorts of stories concerning her.
Contract notice: Insurance policies for the municipality of araches, the site of flaine, the 2ccam, municipalities le reposoir, mont-saxonnex and nancy sur cluses (control group)
Supply, delivery and unloading in the territory of the Community Cluses Arve Public and mountains of semi-buried containers, underground containers and air flow for 4 columns - Stream # 1: residual household waste,- Stream # 2: recyclable packaging (hollow)- Flow 3: paper cartons (flat body)- No.
The City of Cluses wishes to renew its mobile phone market for a number of lines between 100 and 170 lines.
This consultation concerns the operation of landfills inter Araches-la-Frasse, Cluses, Scionzier, Thyez, Mont-Saxonnex, the Reposoir and Flaine.
You'll go through Cluses, Megeve and Bourg St Maurice on a tiny road before dropping down via Embrun to Grasse then along the coast to Monaco and Menton.
In that time, he harvested a total of 12 points at intermediary sprints at PrazSur-Arly and Cluses to stretch his lead over Britain's Mark Cavendish in the battle for the green jersey to 30 points.
5kilometre run from Cluses to Bourg-en-Bresse, was the final chance for several riders to make their move ahead of a time trial today and the famous journey into Paris on tomorrow's final day.
DARIO Frigo was the happiest man in Cluses last night after claiming the 17th stage of the Tour de France, but Santiago Botero was not far behind.
CLUSES FROM THE PAST: The old Dudley People's Centre
Selecting a winner for today's stage from Cluses to Bourg-en-Bresse involves a simple three-point plan.
2 /PRNewswire/ -- Kentwood, Michigan-based Autocam Corporation (Nasdaq: ACAM) today announced that it completed the previously- announced purchase of Frank & Pignard ("F&P"), a French manufacturer of precision-machined metal components with operations in Cluses, France, for $53 million.