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Aubrac is a small village in the southern Massif Central of France. The name is also applied to the surrounding countryside, which is properly called L'Aubrac in French. The Aubrac region has been a member of the Natura 2000 network since August 2006. It straddles three départements - Cantal, Aveyron and Lozère - and three régions - Auvergne, Midi-Pyrénées and Languedoc-Roussillon.
- also known as 歐布拉克
- part of Lozère
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by Diakosavvas Dimitris
The Aubrac is a mid-altitude, mountainous region with a small population and agriculture remains its main economic activity. The main agricultural activity in the Aubrac is low-intensity cattle farming and the presence of pastures significantly ...
The Southern Massif Central C.1750-1880 by P. M. Jones
The Aubrac is a case in point. Colonised and cleared by monastic pioneers from the twelfth century onwards, the natural environment was fashioned into pastures of unrivalled quality. The chestnut orchards (chataigneraie) which had ...
by Rattan Lal
The Aubrac is a relatively small yellowish-brown breed that originated in the mountains of south, central France.
Guarding His Body (2014)
by KS Augustin
Aubrac is a very successful businessman,” Yves said smoothly. “This deal may not pose any personal danger to him, but there could be people from previous negotiations who wish him harm.
by Valerie Porter, Lawrence Alderson, Stephen J.G. Hall, D. Phillip Sponenberg
Atpadi Mahal see Khillari Aubrac (France: S Massif Central) The Aubrac ranges in colour from grey- white to very light brown with a touch of yellow-orange (froment), with white ...
Women's Studies Encyclopedia (1999)
by Helen Tierney
A few notable women, like Marie-Madeleine Fourcade of Alliance and Lucie Aubrac of Liberation Sud, even had leadership roles. Despite varying practices among different groups, however, the division of tasks on the basis of gender seems ...
by David Perfect
Aubrac. Report to the Governments of Gambia and Senegal: Integrated Agricultural Development in the Gambia River Basin. Rome: Food and Agricultural Organization, 1964. Deschamps, Hubert. Le Sénégal et la ...
by Paul A. Rees
Pedigree beef breeds Aberdeen Angus Africander Aubrac Barzona Bazadaise Beef Shorthorn Beefalo Beefmaster Belgian Blue Belmont Red Belted Galloway Blonde d′Aquitaine ...
Dictionary of Agriculture (1998)
by Alan Stephens
a[' Aubrac ['aibrekl noun rare breed of cattle from southern France; the animals are light yellow or brown in colour and are used for draught, milk and meat auction ['.rkj' cml ...
by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood
Aubrac a moderate-framed, old French breed of beef cattle noted for foraging ability; increasing in popularity with theincreasinginterest in grass-fed beef. AUC areaunder curve Auchmeromyia [awk′′m r-o-mi'y ] agenus of fliesof the family ...
Sixth Edition by David Thomson
Lucie Aubrac ( 97, ...
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