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Lunéville

[ly-ney-veel] /lü neɪˈvil/
noun
1.
a city in NE France, W of Strasbourg: treaty between France and Austria 1801.
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  • No serious movement of the enemy, south of luneville, was as yet signalized.

  • This offer was accepted, and we both went to luneville where she resided.

    Valerie Frederick Marryat
  • My grandfather had a landed property about four miles from luneville.

    Valerie Frederick Marryat
  • As soon as new clothes could be made for me, I was sent to the best pension in luneville.

    Valerie Frederick Marryat
  • It was after this scene that I resolved that I would again return to luneville.

    Valerie Frederick Marryat
  • The faience workshop of luneville was founded about 1729, by Jacques Chambrette.

    The Ceramic Art Jennie J. Young
  • The Congress for the peace is to be held at luneville, a town in france.

  • The treaty of luneville was signed the 9th of February, 1801.

  • But Count Cobenzl is to go to luneville to attend the peace conference.

  • Both luneville and St. Clement have been more recently known by their stanniferous faience.

    The Ceramic Art Jennie J. Young
British Dictionary definitions for luneville

Lunéville

/French lynevil/
noun
1.
a city in NE France: scene of the signing of the Peace of Lunéville between France and Austria (1801). Pop: 20 200 (1999)
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