Definition for tarbes (2 of 2)
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Cattle raising is important; the milch-cows of Lourdes and the oxen of Tarbes and the valley of the Aure are highly esteemed.
The diocese is thus established in antiquity, and endures to-day with suffragans at Aire, Tarbes, and Bayonne.The Cathedrals of Southern France|Francis Miltoun
And it was Monseigneur Laurence, in his episcopal residence at Tarbes, who was first forced to surrender.
A very few weeks spent in the society of Cagnotte made the memory of Tarbes and its mountains grow dim in the mind of Théophile.The Animal Story Book|Various
This nearly led to her removal and confinement in a hospital at Tarbes.