Jarnac


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Jarnac

(zhärnäk`), town, Charente dept., in the Cognac region, on the Charente River. At Jarnac in 1569 French Catholics under the duke of Anjou (later Henry III) defeated the Huguenots, whose leader, Louis I, Prince of Condé, was killed.
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But the chevalier believed that his rival had still such strong chances of success that he dealt him this coup de Jarnac with a blade (namely, Suzanne) that was finely tempered for the purpose.
Contract notice: construction of a leisure center in jarnac following the unsuccessful procedure of lot 5 zinc blanket
Mais pour cette Afrique solidaire qui doit son destin au combat seculaire contre le colonialisme, le coup de Jarnac de l'adhesion du Maroc a revele les tentations putschistes, mettant en peril les fondements unitaires et les valeurs communes.
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Hawley uses a few coopers including Taransaud, Boutes, Hermitage, Francois Freres and Tonnellerie de Jarnac.
Though the action was successful and the Count won, it was considered unsporting and the term un coup de Jarnac came into being, to describe a low blow.
The Jarnac Ginger mixes Cognac, lime juice, cane syrup and ginger beer; the Sun of Normandy uses Calvados, fresh-pressed orange juice and grenadine; and Mississippi Punch combines Cognac with rum, Bourbon, bitters, lemon and sugar.
Speciality Union Products liqueurs are manufactured by Louis Royer, located in Jarnac, France with over 155 years of experience as a distiller.
She said: "He was housed in Jarnac Court, presumably because it has a lot of CCTV cameras and it's near the police station.
But it is the famous drink derived from Eau de Vie - the water of life - that brings untold fame and fortune to the bustling medieval market town that bears its name, and to the neighbouring district of Jarnac on the banks of the Charente river.
The design of the carafe comes from a bottle acquired by the Remy Martin family in 1850, from a peasant who supposedly found it on the site of a battle in Jarnac.