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- See Rheims.
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- proper n. A city in the Champagne-Ardenne region of France.
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- n. a city in northeastern France to the east of Paris; scene of the coronation of most French kings; site of the unconditional German surrender in 1945 at the end of World War II
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Chanoine Cerf, _Pierre Cauchon de Sommièvre, chanoine de Reims et de Beauvais, évêque de Beauvais et de Lisieux; son origine, ses dignités, sa mort et ses sépultures_, in _Travaux de l'Académie de Reims_, CI (1898), pp. 363 _et seq.
My greatest meal was lunch at Les Crayères in Reims, France, December, 1999.
A French police officers 'school helped organize the trip by Talty's wife, Barbara, and three children for the visit with Armstrong on Wednesday morning at a hotel in Reims, one of the stops in the 21-day race, officials said.
Answering, Louis explained that he had not seen the crash but he sent the address in Reims of a childhood friend who probably could help with the search.
The Cathedral of Reims is justifiably honoured among the cathedrals of the world for its perfect proportions, its architectural beauty and great artistic merits.
Late twelfth-century chalice in Reims Cathedral Treasury
European Pressphoto Agency Cars queue at a BP gas station in Reims, France.
In a speech in Reims, Mr Chirac said: ` We’re engaged in a global competition for technological supremacy.
It was a German world, including German England, and it had a peculiar tone of its own, with its state-church and its church-state in which liturgy and life moved very close together although actually much of its pattern was Carolingian and worked out in French Reims by a Romanic prelate, Hincmar.
In the second round of the vote to elect mayors and other local-government officials across the country, Mr. Sarkozy's UMP party lost the mayoral positions in some of France's largest cities, including Strasbourg, and in many smaller cities, such as Reims and Saint-Etienne.