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  • noun Plural form of appellation.

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Examples

  • But it should be recollected, that the second of those appellations is only a corruption of the Latin word, which was indiscriminately applied to any military chief.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • In layman's terms the appellations pipe and tube are almost interchangeable, but in industry and engineering discipline the terms are uniquely defined.

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  • In layman's terms the appellations pipe and tube are almost interchangeable, but in industry and engineering discipline the terms are uniquely defined.

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  • But it also plans to reinforce the archaic geographic "appellations," restricting how and what types of grapes can be grown on specific plots.

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  • "appellations," like in France, and proudly displaying Morocco's first self-styled "Chateau" - in practice a cathedral-sized concrete structure built as a winery in the 1920s.

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  • "appellations," like in France, and proudly displaying Morocco's first self-styled "Chateau" - in practice a cathedral-sized concrete structure built as a winery in the 1920s.

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  • "appellations," like in France, and proudly displaying Morocco's first self-styled "Chateau" - in practice a cathedral-sized concrete structure built as a winery in the 1920s.

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  • Two appellations that really stood out were Corton-Charlemagne for the whites and Pommard for the reds, the latter showing exceptional refinement and grace.

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  • At the bottom are the large regional appellations, such as Bourgogne or Mâcon-Villages, followed by village wines, which take the name of a village whose terroir imparts a character on the wine.

    2010: The Year of the Burgundy

  • With the exception of Vouvray, none of these are exactly household names; other appellations include Anjou, Bonnezeaux, Chinon, Coteaux du Layon, Jasnières, Montlouis-sur-Loire, Quarts de Chaume, Saumur and Savennières.

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