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  • proper noun One of the départements of Pays de la Loire, France (number 53)

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Examples

  • It is parted into two by a river called the Mayenne, which is

    Travels through the South of France and the Interior of Provinces of Provence and Languedoc in the Years 1807 and 1808

  • Pas besoin d'être grand clerc pour comprendre que le terrain d'investigation de la chercheuse a été pour l'essentiel la Mayenne et la Manche.

    Unbewitching Jeanne Favret-Saada

  • Pas besoin d'être grand clerc pour comprendre que le terrain d'investigation de la chercheuse a été pour l'essentiel la Mayenne et la Manche.

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  • Le Balafré and the duke of Mayenne would be a little surprised if this epistle were read to them in the other world.

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  • By noon of August 5, he had taken the town of Mayenne and four days later had taken Le Mans.

    General Ike

  • After breakout, battalion crossed Seine near Mayenne.

    Steel Victory

  • Victory of Henry IV over the duke of Mayenne at Arques (1589).

    1572-73

  • At this news, a revolt of the Catholic party broke out, headed by the brother of the murdered men, the duke of Mayenne.

    1572-73

  • Not, however, until Henry, after public penance by his ambassadors at Rome, had been freed from the papal ban was he generally recognized (by Mayenne too).

    1572-73

  • Far more seriously, the vital turn east towards Mayenne and Alençon, intended to initiate the rolling up of the main German front in Normandy, was delayed by days.

    Overlord D-Day And The Battle for Normandy

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