1. a department of northwestern France in the Pays de la Loire region
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  • Far more seriously, the vital turn east towards Mayenne and Alençon, intended to initiate the rolling up of the main German front in Normandy, was delayed by days. Overlord D-Day And The Battle for Normandy
  • Pas besoin d'être grand clerc pour comprendre que le terrain d'investigation de la chercheuse a été pour l'essentiel la Mayenne et la Manche. Unbewitching Jeanne Favret-Saada
  • After breakout, battalion crossed Seine near Mayenne. Steel Victory
  • Not, however, until Henry, after public penance by his ambassadors at Rome, had been freed from the papal ban was he generally recognized (by Mayenne too). 1572-73
  • In September 1585, Henry received absolution from the pope, Clement VIII and Mayenne submitted to the king in October 1595.
  • Later he followed the duke to his domain in Poland, and when the death of Charles IX made the duke King of France, under the name Henry III, Mayenne escorted him thither. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability
  • The duke of Mayenne poniarded one of his most devoted followers for having aspired to the hand of the duke's widowed daughter-in-law. The Age of the Reformation
  • It is parted into two by a river called the Mayenne, which is Travels through the South of France and the Interior of Provinces of Provence and Languedoc in the Years 1807 and 1808
  • Le Balafré and the duke of Mayenne would be a little surprised if this epistle were read to them in the other world. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • By noon of August 5, he had taken the town of Mayenne and four days later had taken Le Mans. General Ike
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