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St.-Bruno-de-Montarville

[ seynt-broo-noh-duh-mon-ter-vil; French san-bry-noh-duh-mawn-tar-veel ]
/ ˌseɪntˈbru noʊ dəˈmɒn tərˌvɪl; French sɛ̃ brü noʊ də mɔ̃ tarˈvil /
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noun
a town in S Quebec, in E Canada, near Montreal.
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