Quebec City

NOUN
  1. the French-speaking capital of the province of Quebec; situated on the Saint Lawrence River
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How To Use Quebec City In A Sentence

  • The long main road between Montreal and Quebec City is the Jean LeSage Autoroute, a poorly-maintained epic of a straight four-lane highway crowded with huge transport vehicles, especially semi-trailers with loads of logs.
  • Visitors to Quebec City might think they've somehow landed in France.
  • Maude Guérin plays a lone wolf detective in the Prime Suspect mold - a single woman on the Quebec City homicide squad whose celibate lifestyle is legendary.
  • In his speech delivered to law students in Quebec City, Mr. Landry quoted the late Liberal prime minister and driving force behind the patriation of the Constitution as saying at the time: “This Constitution will last 1,000 years.” This Blog Will Last 1,000 Years « Unambiguously Ambidextrous
  • The two groups may establish kitchens in Quebec City to provide low cost meals for locals and out-of-towners alike.
  • Indeed, M. Parizeau struck a responsive cord with Quebeckers during the election when he promised to decentralise from the provincial government in Quebec City to the regions and communities across the province. Reorganising Government: An Option Other Than Separation or Status Quo
  • The long main road between Montreal and Quebec City is the Jean LeSage Autoroute, a poorly-maintained epic of a straight four-lane highway crowded with huge transport vehicles, especially semi-trailers with loads of logs.
  • He got stuck in the ice near what is now Quebec city and spent the winter there, saved from scurvy by the Amerindians who taught them how to make thuya infusions… A first attempt at a settlement was made in 1641, by about 30 people, but that ended up in disaster, because they nearly all died from the harsh winter. Unprecedented Warmth in Sweden « Climate Audit
  • Metals and organochlorine compounds were analyzed by the Quebec Toxicology Center, Quebec City, Canada.
  • Quebec's perennial threat of separation from Canada has only been forestalled by massive devolution of governing powers from Ottawa to Quebec City.
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