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a city in S France, SW of Montpellier.
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The Crusaders met in large assembly, and then marched to lay siege to the city of Beziers.Curiosities of Christian History|Croake James
When the Pope's army arrived at a place called Beziers, the citizens were, of course, alarmed.Popery! As it Was and as it Is|William Hogan
We start to-morrow at six for Beziers, where we expect to find water carriage to Toulouse.
We set off to-morrow at half-past five, in order to get into the coches d'eau at Beziers before 12 (the hour of starting).
There, crowding yon hill, with handsome houses and churches, is Beziers—the blood-stained city.Prose Idylls|Charles Kingsley
British Dictionary definitions for Béziers
/ (French bezje) /
a city in S France: scene of a massacre (1209) during the Albigensian Crusade. It is a centre of the wine trade. Pop: 69 153 (1999)
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