from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southeast France on the Mediterranean Sea east-southeast of Marseille. First mentioned in the third century A.D. as a Roman naval station, it became part of France in 1481. Population: 167,000.
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- proper n. A city in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, and the préfecture of the département of Var, in France
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- n. a port city and naval base in southeastern France on the Mediterranean coast
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Sicily-Anzio campaign, and in Toulon, France, in August 1944.
I always enjoy your pictures and your prose as they help to remind me of my days living in Toulon nearly 30 years ago.
In the fall of 1793, he and Barras led the violent repression of the counterrevolutionary movement in Toulon, where he ordered mass executions of suspected insurgents.
Barbara Barles is a legal expert based in Toulon, France.
Barbara Barles is a French legal expert based in Toulon, France.
Barbara Barles is a jurist based in Toulon, France.
I wasn’t even drunk at the time, just walking down the road in Toulon, France, window shopping.
Ospreys have to lift themselves after the disappointment of coming close in Toulon.
Napoleon by then had taken back Toulon from the English, firing on their fleet from the high ground.
Our journey to Toulon, which is near six hundred miles, was expensive, and was defrayed by me; our passage from Toulon to America was at the expense of His Most