Pantin


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Pantin

(päNtăN`), suburb NE of Paris (1990 pop. 43,553), Seine–Saint-Denis dept., N central France, on the Canal d'Ourcq. There is considerable timber trade through the canal. Pantin, an industrial town, manufactures flour, foundry products, chemicals, cigarettes, and processed foods.
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Somehow I never could see no kind o' critter a strivin' and pantin', and trying to clar theirselves, with the dogs arter 'em and go agin 'em.
And won't it make Gabriel keckle when Geordie comes pantin' ut the grees with the tompstean balanced on his hump, and asks to be took as evidence!"
Pantin and Peters take a look back at fifty years of history of the Guild of Students at one of the campuses of the University of the West Indies.
Officials from the Tunisian consulate in the suburb of Pantin went to the bedside of the victims.
Members of Turkish community living in Pantin district of Paris hold their fast-breaking ceremony in tents each for 150 people and were set up in the garden of French-Turkish Islamic Culture Center Pantin Mosque.
BOGOTA -- The arrival of left-wing President Hugo Chavez spelled the end of Ronald Pantin's stellar career at Petroleos de Venezuela S.A.
Nevertheless, when the enormous new Centre National de la Danse opened its doors in the northeastern Parisian suburb of Pantin last June, the event confirmed the dance industry's determination, longevity, and most of all, its optimism.