American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern France near the Mediterranean Sea west-northwest of Marseille. Founded in the eighth century, it was purchased by Philip VI of France in 1349. The city was later a Huguenot center and was besieged and captured by Louis XIII in 1622. Population: 244,000.
- n. The capital city of the Languedoc-Roussillon region in France.
“In their dialect they call Montpellier, which is to them what Paris is to the peasants of the Brie, 'Lou Clapas' -- literally, a heap of stones.”
“Vincent Corbel from the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement in Montpellier, and Bruno Lapied from the University of Angers, France, led a team of researchers who investigated the mode of action and toxicity of deet (N, N-Diethyl-3-methylbenzamide).”
“HARRIS: Ana Rodrigues, from the Center for Functional and Evolutionary Ecology in Montpellier, France, is an author of that global analysis.”
“Hey, my 4 yr old is doing the 2009 picture too here in Montpellier – is it a countrywide thing do you think?”
“Results for Stage 4, a team time trial in Montpellier”
“I remember in Montpellier there was a yearly festival that (to my ears) was the "Foire Roseanne".”
“David Biron, one of the study team at IRD in Montpellier, France, notes that other parasites can also manipulate their hosts 'behaviour: "' Enslaver 'fungi make their insect hosts die perched in a position that favours the dispersal of spores by the wind, for example. ”
“Tuesday's stage is a 24-mile team time trial that starts and finishes in Montpellier.”
“Yves was hospitalized for six months in Montpellier.”
“I found lodging and provision at Aix fifty per cent dearer than at Montpellier, which is counted the dearest place in”
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