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Montmorency

[ mont-muh-ren-see; French mawn-maw-rahn-see ]

noun

  1. Anne [an, a, n], Duc de, 1493–1567, French marshal: constable of France 1537.


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More than 75 percent of Montmorency residents older than 50 are vaccinated, compared with just 33 percent under 50.

Perhaps the most popular variety of tart or sour cherry is Montmorency, and as the category’s name implies, you don’t really want to pop them into your mouth as a snack.

Bussy promised to do his best to avoid it, and, after dressing, called for his litter to take him to the Htel Montmorency.

We all know the terrible answer that the king made, on being harassed by Montmorency in her favor.

But Miss Montmorency, seeing my impatience, has jumped to the belief that I am seriously ill.'

I hope, if only to satisfy Miss Montmorency, you won't mind my sounding your chest and putting a few questions to you.'

Miss Florence Montmorency's her name, and she lives at No. 67 along the street here.

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