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Macon

1

[ mey-kuhn ]

noun

  1. Nathaniel, 1758–1837, U.S. politician: Speaker of the House 1801–07.
  2. a city in central Georgia.


Mâcon

2

[ mah-kawn ]

noun

  1. a city in and the capital of Saône-et-Loire, in E central France.
  2. a Burgundy wine, usually white and dry, from the area around Mâcon.

Mâcon

1

/ mɑkɔ̃ /

noun

  1. a city in E central France, in the Saône valley: a centre of the wine-producing region of lower Burgundy. Pop: 34 469 (1999)
  2. a red or white wine from the Mâcon area, heavier than the other burgundies


Macon

2

/ ˈmeɪkən /

noun

  1. a city in the US, in central Georgia, on the Ocmulgee River. Pop: 95 267 (2003 est)
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Example Sentences

The closest comparison would be the chardonnays from the nearby Mâcon region.

Brian Adams, the Macon attorney behind the lawsuit that fizzled in 2014, found a powerful new partner in Atlanta attorney Stacey Evans.

In areas like Sumter, Perry, and Macon counties, they’re literally scrambling to come up with solutions to deliver school meals.

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If you hit it long and wrong, your ball might roll to Macon.

At the hotel conference in Macon in 2001, Rollins listened to new money-raising ideas being promoted by the administration of then-Gov.

Kelly G. Lambert, a neuroscientist at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia, studies parenting behavior in lab animals.

Brat will face Democrat Jack Trammell, a fellow professor at Randolph-Macon College, in November.

Lane the lawyer will be down in Macon, heartsick that the two are still incarcerated.

While touring the country, she encountered a talented singer from Macon who flirted with her.

That would surely cement her star status as the toast of the Macon County church missionary club for years to come.

We had served under him in Missouri, and our principal recollection of him was an event which occurred at Macon.

The surrender at Macon included a large number of small guns and a great quantity of military stores and supplies.

Portions of Macon and Cherokee counties are quite as favorable, both as to climate and soil, as those above described.

The place of Macon, Georgia, in the early part of this century was marked only by an inn.

In Macon, Georgia, the entire population rose at midnight, roused from their beds by rumors of an impending onslaught.

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