Ouessant


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Ouessant:

see UshantUshant
, Fr. Ouessant, island, 10 sq mi (25.9 sq km), Finistère dept., off Brittany, in the Atlantic, c.10 mi (16 km) from the mainland. A hazard to navigation and subject to intense fall and winter storms, Ushant has several lighthouses and marks the southwestern
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Assistance to the design and social acceptability of an autonomous and innovative energy system in the island territory of ouessant.
De un modo o de otro, para todos los personajes de Conte d'ete la isla de Ouessant se convierte en un objetivo futuro no muy alejado del presente.
Qui plus est, a Ouessant entre 1734 et 1792 surviennent 2074 deces, soit une moyenne annuelle de 36.
Present day frame has Camille (Anne Cosigny) arriving from mainland France to the windswept island of Ouessant off the Brittany coast to sell the cottage lived in by her late parents.
In addition there is a four-year training programme using the former French submarine Ouessant.
American Steve Fossett, 59, and his 12 crew crossed the finish line at Le Stiff lighthouse on the French island of Ouessant at 4pm.
Fossett crossed the finish line on the French island of Ouessant at 4pm.
Mr Fossett and his crew crossed the finish line at Le Stiff lighthouse on the French island of Ouessant just before 4pm yesterday to complete their 28,000-mile circumnavigation of the globe.
Les premiers ecomusees, concus a Marqueze dans l'enceinte du Parc naturel regional des Landes de Gascogne, puis a Ouessant au sein du Parc naturel regional d'Armorique, servent de references pour elaborer la definition de ces etablissements.
The Ouessant takes its name from a French-owned island, also known as Ushant, in the Atlantic off the western coast of Brittany.