from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of eastern France north of Lyon. It is an industrial center and a transportation hub noted for its foodstuffs, including mustard and cassis. Population: 151,000.
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- proper n. A city in Burgundy, France
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- n. an industrial city in eastern France to the north of Lyons
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Why, I ask, would anyone ever want to arrive in Dijon any other way?
French structural engineer and entrepreneur, Alexandre Gustav Eiffel was born in Dijon, France.
Let 'see, I speak French, but do you set that story in Dijon orDa Nang?
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Fisher spent three years in Dijon in the halcyon days between the wars.
There was no laboratory facility of any sort in Dijon, except for gross anatomy.
You may recognize Dijon is the capital of the Burgundy wine region.
Let’s see, the Jambalaya is made with Archaeopteryx meat, the Medallions in Dijon Mustard Sauce is cut from Raptor thigh, and the Avian Veronique is made with Pterodactyl.
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