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  • proper n. A département (number 73) in the région of Rhône-Alpes.


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  • Combine old world atmosphere with French baking and you have a patisserie called Savoie Salon de The.

    What I cooked last night.

  • Ottawa-Vanier MP Mauril Belanger called Savoie's departure "an end of an era."

    Ottawa Sun

  • By the glass I could order a Savoie, a White Rioja, a Carmenere, and a handful of other interesting options.

    The New York Cork Report

  • Amy Savoie/Associated Press Christopher Savoie's son, Isaac, and daughter, Rebecca, are now in Japan with their mother, Noriko.

    Japan Moves to Join Child-Custody Accord

  • Born in Aix-les-Bains, Savoie, France, he is the son of the late Jean-François Revel born Jean-François Ricard, a renowned French philosopher, and grew up among the personalities and ideas of French intellectual circles.

    Peter Baksa: Are You Really 'Living' Life?

  • Yagudin, Sasha Cohen, Johnny Weir, John Curry, Matt Savoie, and Buttle take their time and avoid this trap.

    Vitro Nasu » 2009 » March

  • By the end of le petit gars 'autocratic rule, he had concentrated so much power in the PMO that, as public administration expert Donald Savoie suggested in 1999, even his Cabinet had become to some degree a mere focus group.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Savoie renewed his concerns more urgently last year:

    An infandous Ottawa Cromwell

  • Dry Wine Gamay and Apremont from Savoie and Chardonnay from Jura or Savoie are perfect if you can find them

    Regina Varolli: Raclette: A Warming Winter Dinner

  • A cheese originating in the Swiss canton of Valais, home of the Matterhorn, today Raclette is also produced in the French regions of Savoie and Franche-Comté.

    Regina Varolli: Raclette: A Warming Winter Dinner


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