American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of west-central France on the Loire River. Dating to pre-Roman times, it was a prosperous silk-manufacturing town from the 15th century to the 17th century and a Huguenot stronghold until the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685. Today it is a tourist center with varied industries. Population: 137,000.
- n. an industrial city in western France on the Loire River
“Given its Labs status, City Tours is still very much a work-in-progress.”
“Nature Tours is a guiding service with locations in both Europe and Turkey.”
“He has many claims to fame but this day we should thank our lucky stars that he was a fine general and leader of men, for his great victory in the summer of 732 AD at the Battle of Tours is generally accounted as the moment when the expansion of Islam into Western Europe was halted.”
“Armstrong's comeback from testicular cancer in 1996 to win seven consecutive Tours is perhaps the greatest in sports history.”
“We have a good friend who is from Ivory Coast and is an accomplished conductor and musician in Tours, France who loves to tell us the story of the Gris Gris that the locals use to cast a spell upon visiting European soccer teams in order to make them lose matches.”
“Oscar from Paseo Tours is a very gentle person and an excellent tour guide who speaks English.”
“Tours is a major cultural and economic center, with an exceptional architectural heritage.”
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