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Ambert

Place

Ambert is a commune in the Puy-de-Dôme department in Auvergne in central France.

Character

Ambert is a fictional character from the 1989 film Marquis.

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Google previewCommercial Relations of the United States with Foreign Countries (1909)

by United States. Bureau of Manufactures

Ambert is an important center for the manufacture of lace, embroideries, and rosary beads, and its chamois leather manufactories are renowned. The Department of the Aveyron is essentially a farming country. It is also reputed to be one of the ...

Google previewCongressional Edition (1909)

Ambert is an important center for the manufacture of lace, embroideries, and rosary beads, and its chamois leather manufactories are renowned. The Department of the Aveyron is essentially a farming country. It is also reputed to be one of the ...

Google previewLonely Planet Paris (2017)

by Lonely Planet, Catherine Le Nevez, Christopher Pitts, Nicola Williams

Fourme d'Ambert is a mild cow's-milk cheese from Rhône-Alpes. Bleu du Haut Jura (also called Bleu de Gex) is a mild, blue-veined mountain cheese. A Fromage de chèvre 'Goat's-milk cheese' is usually creamy and both sweet and slightly ...

Google previewCommercial Relations of the United States with Foreign Countries During the Years ... (1909)

Ambert is an important center for the manufacture of lace, embroideries, and rosary beads, and its chamois leather manufactories are renowned. The Department of the Aveyron is essentially a farming count . It is also reputed to be one of the ...

Google previewCongressional Serial Set (1909)

Ambert is an important center for the manufacture of lace, embroideries, and rosary beads, and its chamois leather manufactories are renowned. The Department of the Aveyron is essentially a farming country. It is also reputed to be one of the ...

Google previewParents, Children, and Adolescents (1997)

Interactive Relationships and Development in Context by Anne-Marie Ambert

Ambert is a member of many professional sociological and psychological associations. Preface The psychotherapy disciplines have for years been interested in.

Google previewUnder Pressure (2016)

Cooking Sous Vide by Thomas Keller

Champagne vinegar About 120 grams Fourme d'Ambert, at room temperature Micro arugula greens Extra virgin olive oil Kosher salt and freshly ground Tellicherry pepper F ourme d'Ambert is a mild French blue cheese .

Google previewLandscapes and Landforms of France (2013)

by Monique FORT, Marie-Françoise André

Martine Ambert is a Geomorphologist in xiv Contents.

Google previewWalking in the Auvergne (2013)

42 Walks in Volcano Country by Rachel Crolla, Carl McKeating

Fourme d'Ambert is a milder blue cheese made near Ambert in the Livradois Forez. According to legend it was popular with the Druids, who used it in rituals they performed in the Monts du Forez. Salers comes from a town considered one of ...

Google previewThe Complete Idiot's Guide to Cheeses of the World (2008)

by Jeanette Hurt, Steve Ehlers

Fourme d'Ambert is a cow's milk blue that is less piquant than Roquefort. It's creamy and earthy, with a subtle complexity. Bleu d'Auvergne is a buttery yet sharp blue, and some say it resembles Roquefort. But it is a much more approachable ...

Google previewCowgirl Creamery Cooks (2013)

by Peggy Smith, Sue Conley

Named for its shape, Fourme d'Ambert is a cylinder with a natural rind that resembles rough stone. Made with pasteurized cow milk from the Auvergne region, this pale, cream-colored, velvet- soft cheese is veined with blueing. This savory ...

Google previewThe Oxford Companion to Cheese (2016)

by Catherine Donnelly

Fourme d' Ambert is a cows' milk blue cheese made in the Auvergne around the Puy-de- Dome, ...

Google previewThe Effect of Children on Parents (2001)

by Anne-Marie Ambert

Ambert is a member of various sociological, psychological, and child development associations. Recognize the hidden emotional costs and rewards of raising children! About the Author.

Google previewFarming (1907)

The ambert is a great bearer, producing a small crop in five or six years from planting. It bears a large oblong nut with full, rich-flavored kernel. The shrubbery makes a fine hedge requiring little cultivation and no manure but must have regular ...

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

See also Laguiole Fourme de Montbrison France Fourme d'Ambert Fourme de PierresurHaute France Fourme d'Ambert Fourme deSalers France A type of cheese with a redstreaked rind. See also Cantal fourrage France Stuffing orfilling ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ... (1822)

Accompanied by an Atlas

AMBERT, a town of France, in Lower Auvergne, on the river Dore. Before the revolution it was the capital of the small district of the Livradois, and is now the chief place of an arrondissement in the department of the Puy-de-Dome. It contains ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Weights, Measures, and Units (2002)

by Donald Fenna

h kWyr L lambda |ambert langley latitude |b |b-f |b.ft Le league leap second leap year legal size Leiden jar lentor LeO leo letter Size LeWis number Leyden jar LF Libra lifetime light watt light-nanosecond light-picosecond light-second ...

Google previewThe Wordsworth Dictionary of Culinary & Menu Terms (2000)

by Rodney Dale

FRENCH four-square breakfast egg, fried bread, bacon and tomato fourme d' ambert, fourme de montbrison firm soft, creamy cheese with rich full-bodied flavour FRENCH fournitures salad greens and fresh herbs FRENCH fowl edible bird; ...

Google previewThe World-wide Encyclopedia and Gazetteer (1908)

Compiled and Revised to Date from the Leading Encyclopedias of the World. A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature, to which is Added Biographies of Living Subjects, One Hundred Colored Maps and Numerous Illustrations

Twenty thousand inhabitants of the de artment, belonging chiefly to the district of Ambert, eave it during Winter and find work elsewhere .as navvies, chimney- sweeps, pit-sawyers, etc. The de artment in 1901 contained 529,181 inhabitants and ...

Google previewAmericanized Encyclopaedia Britannica (1892)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature, to which is Added Biographies of Living Subjects

Twenty thousand inhabitants of the department, belonging chiefly to the district of Ambert, leave it during winter and find work elsewhere as navvies, chimney- sweeps, pit-sawyers, etc. The department in 1881 contained 566,064 inhabitants ...

Google previewAmericanized Encyclopedia britannica, revised and amended (1890)

A dictionary of arts, sciences and literature; to which is added biographies of livings subjects ...

Twenty thousand inhabitants of the department, belonging chiefly to the district of Ambert, leave it during winter and find work elsewhere as navvies, chimney- sweeps, pit-sawyers, etc. The department in 1881 contained 566,064 inhabitants ...

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