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France: see ReimsReims
or Rheims
, city (1990 pop. 185,164), Marne dept., NE France, in Champagne. The center of the champagne industry, Reims is situated amid large vineyards. Before the champagne industry took on its present proportions in the 18th cent.
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, Rheims
a city in NE France: scene of the coronation of most French monarchs. Pop.: 187 206 (1999)
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"They were instant hits in Rheims." After playing a few games, the girls were spotted by a scout for AC Milan and whisked off to Italy.
was acquainted with the Rheims are too farfetched and contrived to be taken seriously" (35).
We talked all the way back to the city of Rheims. Jodi said, "Sergeant, how did you like Germany?" I said it might have been nice before we blew it up.
Rebecca Van Vlasselaer, 34, of Canada, who visited the gallery with her father Jean-Jacques, said that though she finds the Rheims image of Moss almost inappropriate because she looks so young there, even younger than her age, it doesn't bother her.
So it was off to Paris on Major Lewis's passes each weekend, and, eventually, since there was no one in Rheims to miss me, it was Paris for weeks at a time, since the illegit passes were needed only to get me out of the gate of Camp Lucky Strike, or to have on my person should the Military Police decide I looked furtive.
The incident happened near Rheims, and involved 29 pupils from Alvechurch Middle School in Alvechurch, Worcestershire.
1941: Under the leadership of the National Center of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, members of the Catholic Biblical Association complete a revision of Challoner's version of the Rheims New Testament.
Arguably most appealing of all these private devotional works is the Cauchon Hours, a veritable pageant of medieval life produced in Rheims in the mid 15th century for Jacques and Jeanne Cauchon.
Mary was "espoused" to Joseph, therefore was actually his wife (Douai Rheims Bible, and New American Bible).
(International sales: Pathe Intl., Paris.) Produced by Claude Berri, Nathalie Rheims. Executive producer, Nicole Firn.
He was only seven when his father Henry I had him crowned at Rheims as co-king.