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Montargis

(môNtärzhē`), town (1990 pop. 16,570), Loiret dept., N central France, in Orléanais, near the Montargis Forest. Its manufactures include machinery, electrical equipment, and other light industrial products. Ceded (1188) by the house of Courtenay to the crown, it was (14th and 15th cent.) a royal residence. The town retains a medieval aspect. The younger Mirabeau was born at the nearby castle of Bignon. For the story of the Dog of Montargis, see Aubry de MontdidierAubry de Montdidier
, in French legend, a French courtier of King Charles V, murdered c.1371 near Montargis by one Macaire. The animosity of Aubry's dog toward Macaire was so great that the king ordered trial by combat between the dog and Macaire, armed with a cudgel.
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any poet who should have listened to our talk, for heaven knows how many stages beyond Montargis, would have reaped a harvest of flaming epithet, rapturous description, and very tender confidences.
Robert Macaire is the hero of two favorite melodramas -- "Chien de Montargis" and "Chien d'Aubry" -- and the name is applied to bold criminals as a term of derision.
It was no easy matter on that day, to force one's way into that grand hall, although it was then reputed to be the largest covered enclosure in the world (it is true that Sauval had not yet measured the grand hall of the Château of Montargis).
An hour south of Paris in the town of Montargis, "yellow vest" demonstrators like Isa Duchesne have no intention of stopping their 12-week protest against President Emmanuel Macron or being drawn into his "great national debate."
Small French town is a hit with Chinese tourists Roaming the narrow streets of Montargis, a small provincial town about 110 kilometers south of Paris, you wouldn't find anything particularly attractive to tourists.
Located in Amilly near Montargis, Pharmapost also makes other printed medical related products including booklets and questionnaires.
The HTC-Columbia sprinter, who won four Tour stages in 2008 and six in 2009, recorded his first victory of this year's event on Thursday and yesterday followed it up with his fifth on the 227.5-kilometres sixth stage from Montargis to Gueugnon.
The HTC-Columbia sprinter, who won four Tour stages in 2008 and six in 2009, recorded his fourth victory of the season on stage five on Thursday and yesterday he followed it up with his fifth on the 227.5-kilometres sixth stage from Montargis to Gueugnon.
The HTC-Columbia sprinter, who won four Tour stages in 2008 and six in 2009, yesterday recorded his fourth victory of the season on stage five and today he followed it up with his fifth on the 227.5-kilometres sixth stage from Montargis to Gueugnon.
The HTC-Columbia sprinter, who won four Tour stages in 2008 and six in 2009, recorded his fourth victory of the season on Thursday over stage five and he followed it up with a second straight success on the 227.5-kilometres sixth stage from Montargis to Gueugnon.
Br i tain's HTC-Columbia sprinter - who won four Tour stages in 2008 and six in 2009 - bagged his fourth victory of the season on stage five and followed up with a second straight success from Montargis to Gueugnon.
For the second day running, Renshaw proved the perfect "minder" - covering the hard yards but leaving the glory to Cavendish - on the 227km (141 mile) sixth stage from Montargis, the longest haul of the race.