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Toulon

[ too-lawn ]
/ tuˈlɔ̃ /
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noun

a seaport in SE France: naval base.

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Toulon
/ (French tulɔ̃) /

noun

a fortified port and naval base in SE France, on the Mediterranean: naval arsenal developed by Henry IV and Richelieu, later fortified by Vauban. Pop: 160 639 (1999)
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