Fifteenth-century windows are comparatively rare, so the twelve possessed by moulins chief church are precious.
I forbid your going to moulins or rushing off in pursuit of the fugitive.
For some reason or other our compatriots do not, like Sterne and Maria go to moulins.
At moulins no one knew him; at Paris, his pieces were hissed.
In the eleventh century moulins was one of the more southerly fortresses to hold out against William of Normandy.
The Cathedral at moulins has a curious misfit of nave and chancel.
In the evening the Comte de Montpersan came himself as far as moulins with me.
Faure was born in 1830, and was the son of a singer at the church of moulins.
How much better off was moulins when, instead of four spires, she gloried in two?
I learned that a company of travelers was to leave the city of Marcigny for moulins.