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la Camargue (la). a delta region in S France, between the channels of the Grand and Petit Rhône: cattle, esp bulls for the Spanish bullrings, and horses are reared
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  • The Crau, like the camargue, is a district quite indescribable.

    Rambles on the Riviera Francis Miltoun
  • At the feet of the little pyramids of sand sleep the dead of camargue.

    King of Camargue Jean Aicard
  • And the sand from the sea makes a broad hem of dunes along the shores of camargue.

    King of Camargue Jean Aicard
  • This camargue country, you see, is the home of malignant fever.

    King of Camargue Jean Aicard
  • Before leaving the roof of the church, Livette cast a glance upon the broad expanse of camargue at her feet.

    King of Camargue Jean Aicard
  • According to him, an Egyptian Marie came to camargue in the boat with the saints.

    King of Camargue Jean Aicard
  • The camargue is protected by dikes from the inundations both of the sea and of the rivers.

  • For ordinarily it is death to venture there, save on horseback, and armed with the trident of camargue.

    The White Plumes of Navarre Samuel Rutherford Crockett
  • Here we learn of the belief in the three Maries, who have their church in the camargue.

    Frdric Mistral Charles Alfred Downer
  • Already advanced in years when she came to camargue, she had never suffered from the malevolence of the swamps.

    King of Camargue Jean Aicard

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