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- proper n. One of the départements of Limousin, France (INSEE code 87)
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The hilly course dips into Correze, Creuse and Haute-Vienne, guaranteeing a dog-fight to control the race.
A fourteenth-century mould at Saint-Barban (Haute-Vienne) makes hosts of different types for Lent and Easter time.
Haute-Vienne, under Louis Philippe, small man of fair skin and very insipid appearance, but with gray eyes which betrayed the depth of a physiologist and the tenacity of a student.
CHAMPION (Maurice), a young boy of Montegnac, Haute-Vienne, son of the postmaster of that commune; employed as stable-boy at Mme. Graslin's, time of Louis Philippe.
He has a pretty house in the Parc Monceau and a chateau of some importance in the Haute-Vienne. "
Letter of the administrators of Haute-Vienne, July 28 (with official reports).] [Footnote 3258: '"Archives Nationales," F7, 3223.