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  1. Tours(ProperNoun)

    The capital of the Indre-et-Loire département, in Centre, in France

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  1. Tours

    Tours is a city in central France, the capital of the Indre-et-Loire department. It stands on the lower reaches of the river Loire, between Orléans and the Atlantic coast. Touraine, the region around Tours, is known for its wines, the alleged perfection of its local spoken French, and the Battle of Tours in 732. It is also the site of the Paris–Tours road bicycle race. Tours is the largest city in the Centre region of France, although it is not the regional capital, which is the region's second-largest city, Orléans. In 2006, the city itself had 138,268 inhabitants and the metropolitan area had 546,105 .

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  1. Tours

    a historic old town of France, on the Loire, 145 m. SW. of Paris; presents a spacious and handsome appearance, and contains a noble Gothic cathedral, archbishop's palace, Palais de Justice, besides ancient châteaux and interesting ruins; is a centre of silk and woollen manufactures, and does a large printing trade; suffered greatly by the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes and during the Franco-German War; became the seat of government after the investment of Paris and until its capitulation to the Germans.

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  1. tours

    A city of France, capital of the department of Indre-et-Loire, 146 miles southwest from Paris. Near it Charles Martel gained a great victory over the Saracens, and saved Europe, October 10, 732. This conflict was also called the battle of Poitiers. The church was pillaged by the Huguenots and utterly destroyed, with the exception of two towers, at the revolution.

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  1. torus

  2. routs

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    The numerical value of tours in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

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    The numerical value of tours in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

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    Micah Herndon said. Race organizers invited him to the New York Marathon the day after the Boston Marathon even though his time didnt qualify him. In Boston, Micah Herndon had four miles left to finish the race when Micah Herndon legs gave out, and Micah Herndon ended up crawlingon Micah Herndon hands and knees to the finish line. MARINE WHO CRAWLED ACROSS BOSTON MARATHON FINISH LINE FOR FALLEN COMRADES INVITED TO RUN NYC MARATHON In Afghanistan, he was in a convoy in 2010 when one of the vehicles hit an IED, killing in Marines Mark Juarez andMatthew Ballard, and Rupert Hamer, a British journalist. He served multiple tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP I run in honor of them.They are not here anymore. I am here, and I am able, i am lucky to still have all my limbs. I can still be active. I find fuel in the simple idea that I can run. Some can not.

  2. Lauren Boebert:

    Due to COVID-19, I have not given any Capitol tours except to show my children around where I'll be working while I'm away from home.

  3. Peggy Goldman:

    We offer tours that pass through a number of the airports and use several of the airlines mentioned in the ban, we have already met with several of the carriers, and none have expressed any willingness to allow people to cancel flights and get fully reimbursed.

  4. Keith Nowak:

    The fact that you scheduled and prepaid for it, you’ll know how much you’re going to spend before you leave, look for tours at historical sites, restaurants, breweries and wineries — these are very interesting and often free.

  5. John Prine:

    I did three club tours before I started playing concert halls, and the clubs were half full the first time around.

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