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Ramillies

[ French ra-mee-yee ]
/ French ra miˈyi /
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noun
a village in central Belgium: Marlborough's defeat of the French 1706.
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Ramillies
/ (ˈræmɪliːz, French ramiji) /

noun
a village in central Belgium where the Duke of Marlborough defeated the French in 1706
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