How to use Bayonne in a sentence
We had to leave the Sud Express at Bayonne and took a hard-benched local to St-Jean, a place that Hemingway had greatly enjoyed.
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A new conscription secured the forty thousand men for Bayonne, and General Clarke was ordered to fortify the frontier.
But the events of Bayonne had been productive of greater alarm to the house of Austria than to any other power.
Napoleon, reaching Bayonne on November third, had it announced that there were between three and four hundred thousand!
British Dictionary definitions for Bayonne
a port in SW France: a commercial centre for the Basque region. Pop: 40 078 (1999)
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