Porrentruy


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Porrentruy

(pôräNtrüē`), Ger. Pruntrut, town, Jura canton, NW Switzerland, in the Jura Mts. It is an old watchmaking center; knitted goods and shoes are also made. It was the residence (1528–1792) of the prince-bishops of Basel.
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The family moved once more, no later than 1724, to Corgemont.--Archives de l'ancien Eveche de Bale (Porrentruy) [hereafter AAEB] B 187/23.
WELSH duo Geraint Thomas and Luke Rowe helped Team Sky mate Chris Froome defend his third place on the overall standings at the Tour de Romandie after Michael Albasini made it two wins from two in Porrentruy.
langii from the Kimmeridgian of Porrentruy (Canton Jura, Switzerland) (Puntener et al., 2014), allowed revising the diagnosis of the two species.
See: en.wikipedia.org 72 soixante-douze Courtedoux, A municipality Switzerland in the district of Porrentruy in the canton of Jura, Switzerland.
It is also the second for his FDJ team after Thibaut Pinot won stage eighth in Porrentruy, Switzerland.
Wiggins had to be alert after Evans tried gain vital seconds in the closing moments of the 157.5km eighth stage from Belfort to Porrentruy in Switzerland, but the Briton had enough strength to finish level with the defending champion.
Wiggins had to be alert after Evans tried gain vital seconds in the closing moments of the 157.5-kilometre stage eight from Belfort to Porrentruy in Switzerland, but the Briton had enough strength to finish level with the defending champion.
The 32-year-old triple Olympic champion successfully nullified a late attack from Evans (BMC Racing) in the final two kilometres of the 157.5km eighth stage from Belfort to Porrentruy, won by Thibaut Pinot (FDJ-Bigmat).
The 32-year-old successfully nullified a late attack from Cadel Evans (BMC Racing) in the 157.5-kilometre eighth stage from Belfort to Porrentruy, won by Thibaut Pinot (FDJ-Bigmat).
Following the Belfort to Porrentruy route, which was won by Thibaut Pinot, Wiggins holds a 10-second advantage over defending champion Cadel Evans ahead of today's crucial time-trial to Besancon.
And following the 157km route from Belfort to Porrentruy, won by Thibaut Pinot, Wiggins holds the leader's yellow jersey and a 10-second advantage over defending champion Cadel Evans of Australia (above).