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During the warmer months, the slopes and valleys of the Savoie are carpeted with grass and wildflowers.
When visiting France’s Savoie region, Nathan fell in love with the concept of imbuing cheese with an essence of the local environment.
Both trails were on the eastern side of Montagne-du-Chat, in the Savoie region of France.
There, a special permit is required to keep that species of snake; Savoie did not have one.Python Murder Mystery: How Did a Snake Kill Two Young Boys?|Christine Pelisek|August 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"If they want to castrate them, that's fine," says Debbie Savoie, vice president of the Massachusetts group Community Voices.
Louise de Savoie's diary is the authority for this date, though probably she was not present, for she had been ill.Mary Tudor, Queen of France|Mary Croom Brown
The Savoie project had failed under painful conditions, which gave subject of thought to the courtiers.
Naturally, M. de Savoie is a better match than formerly; his mother is dead.
The check in regard to the Savoie marriage had brought on a painful crisis in the life of this poor unattached heroine.
A similar institution is found even to-day in France, in certain villages of Haute-Savoie.Indo-China and Its Primitive People|Henry Baudesson