[kahr-nak; French kar-nak]
- a commune in SW Morbihan, in NW France, SE of Lorient: megalithic monuments. 3681.
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In one of his most famous sketches, Johnny Carson channeled his psychic abilities as “Carnac the Magnificent.”Johnny Carson’s Greatest Moments From Carnac to a Python Grapple
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So it is almost with a shudder I take my last look at the Stones of Carnac.Ballads of a Bohemian
Robert W. Service
No sooner had they got there than there was a quarrel between Egerton and Carnac.At the Point of the Bayonet
G. A. Henty
That palace at Carnac was an insignificant little building after all.The Works of Edgar Allan Poe
Edgar Allan Poe
Carnac, wearing a fixed, inscrutable smile, won almost every throw.
Carnac had his hand on the latch of the door through which Dolphin had disappeared.
- a village in NW France: noted for its many megalithic monuments, including alignments of stone menhirs
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