Definitions for eugèneœˈʒɛn
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Eugene, Prince Eugene of Savoy(noun)
Austrian general in the service of the Holy Roman Empire during the War of the Spanish Succession (1663-1736)
a city in western Oregon on the Willamette River; site of a university
A town in Oregon
Origin: From εὐγένιος
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
In the 1,500, I was having doubts, I didn't know if I could do it, it's like two years since I did a decathlon like this, and it's different from when I did the record in Eugene. This was 12-hour days.
I did not lobby anyone on behalf of the Eugene 2021 bid, after their narrow defeat (to Doha) for the 2019 world championships I encouraged them to re-enter another bidding cycle as they had a strong bid.
We would like to thank the IAAF for the trust they have placed in us and guarantee to deliver on our commitments, We extend our warmest appreciation to the teams from Eugene and Barcelona for their friendship, fair play and respect throughout the bidding process. .
I am disappointed that I won't be playing in Montreal because it's a tournament and a city that I really enjoy and has incredible fans, my family and I have always received first-class treatment from tournament director, Eugene Lapierre, and his team and I hope to be back in the future.
You can crucify a Jesus, you can poison a Socrates, you can hang John Brown or Nathan Hale, you can kill a Che Guevara, you can jail a Eugene Debs or a Bobby Seale. You can assassinate John Kennedy or a Martin Luther King, but the problems remain, the hangman's rope never solved a single problem except that of one man.
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