Sentence Examples


  • In 1677 the university of Caen adopted not less stringent measures against Cartesianism.
  • The bridge was a strategically vital link across the Caen Canal which enabled Allied troops to begin their advance toward Berlin.
  • Killed in the fighting around Caen following D-Day on 22nd of July 1944, aged 25.
  • The walls of the church, which are of considerable thickness, are constructed chiefly of Kentish rag, with dressings of Caen stone.
  • The walls of the church, which are of considerable thickness, are constructed chiefly of Kentish rag, with dressings of Caen stone.

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