Thesaurus / bourbon
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Commercially this was of first-rate importance, while politically it counterbalanced the alliance of the Bourbon courts.
He began with an ivory toddy-stick to convert sugar and Bourbon into sirup.
THE SEVEN DARLINGSGOUVERNEUR MORRIS
That colour had been chosen in compliment to the House of Bourbon.
Garibaldi with his immortal Thousand landed at Marsala, and the whole rotten fabric of the Bourbon government collapsed.
Do you know what Bourbon is, father,—particularly a Bourbon ear?
LAZARREMARY HARTWELL CATHERWOOD
The Isle of Bourbon was at one time so infested with locusts that it threatened to become uninhabitable.
REPTILES AND BIRDSLOUIS FIGUIER
By the terms of this treaty, the sovereign princes of the House of Bourbon agreed to support each other against all enemies.
The indifference of the nation would not have endangered the Bourbon monarchy if the army had been won over by the King.
After Bourbon's precipitate retreat, the position of Francis I. was a good one.
From memory they trace the Bourbon dynasty from the first copper-distilled Charles to the last sourmashed Louis.
EUROPE REVISEDIRVIN S. COBB

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