Rambouillet

NOUN
  1. hardy sheep developed from the merino producing both good mutton and fine wool
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  • From photographs on the web site sheep101. info, they bear a strong resemblance to Rambouillet rams, “the backbone of the American sheep industry.” Park Avenue Recession Art, by Lalanne
  • Thaci, one of three KLA spokespersons, on the other hand rose to power when Western leaders hand picked him to be the face of Kosovo during the 1999 EU and US-led Rambouillet negotiations between Serbia and Kosovo. Fron Nahzi: US and EU Man in Kosovo: Is He the Chosen One or the Only Candidate Left?
  • Today it stands half-forgotten in the woods behind the Chateau de Rambouillet, in Rambouillet, denuded of its furnishings, its elegant porcelains, and most of its sculptures.
  • What he calls the Rambouillet "peace conference" was in reality a partisan exercise to manufacture an excuse for bombing the Serbs to punish them retrospectively for Bosnia. Ephems of BLB
  • The Nato intervention was illegal (never authorised by the UN), based on a false prospectus (the Rambouillet conference concocted a pretext for attacking Serbia), unnecessary (the possibilities of a peaceful solution had not been exhausted) and incompetently executed (thousands of innocent civilians killed, non-military targets destroyed). Letters: Discredited foreign policy doctrines
  • Rambouillet was not a negotiation - as is often claimed - but an ultimatum.
  • She lacked the measure, the form, the delicacy of the typical precieuse; but her quick, restless intellect and ardent imagination were swift to catch the spirit of the Hotel de Rambouillet, and to apply it in an original fashion. The Women of the French Salons
  • These proved to be M. d'Agen's two lackeys and the two varlets M. de Rambouillet had lent us. A Gentleman of France
  • We find here the code which ruled the Hotel de Rambouillet, and the very well-defined character of the precieuse. The Women of the French Salons
  • My Rambouillet will be the proverbial Tom Bombadil once again... From The BSNYC Culture Desk: Art and Transience
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