Trayas

Trayas

An ancient Persian unit of length approximately equivalent to 300 millimeters.
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Trayas and Antheor municipal chapel - belvedere -square office sea Notre Dame Viaduct -Access .
Ian and Nicola Baggett have turned the dream into a reality by buying a five-bed villa with annexe in the French village of Trayas, 10 minutes west of Cannes and 30 minutes from St Tropez.
British runners swept the board with a one-two-three at Cagnes-Sur-Mer yesterday, when Robert Armstrong's 364-10 chance Sheer Tenby led home the raiders in the pounds 4,803 Prix du Trayas over 10 furlongs, writes Desmond Stoneham.
athabhavan svanamankapuratrayavidhayinah huskajuskakaniskakhyas trayas tatraiva parthivah 168 sa viharasya nirmata jusko juskapurasya yah jayasvamipurasyapi suddhadhih samvidhayakah 169 te turuskanvayodbhuta api punyasraya nrpah suskaletradidesesu mathacaityadi cakrire 170 prajye rajyaksane tesam prayah kasmiramandalam bhojyam aste sma bauddhanam pravrajyorjitatejasam 171 tada bragavatah sakyasimhasya paranirvrteh asmin mahilokadhatau sardham varsasatam hy agat 172 bodhisattvas ca dese 'sminn eko bhumisvaro 'bhavat sa ca nagarjunah sriman sadarhadvanasamsrayi 173(50)
Contract award notice: grouping controls - trayas district in the towns of thoule-sur-mer and saint-raphael - creation of a sewerage wastewater, enhancing fire protection and renewal of water supply network.
Sheer Tenby and Muwakall, both trained by Robert Armstrong, join Simon Dow's Field Master in the Prix du Trayas over a mile and a quarter on the all-weather at Cagnes-Sur-Mer today.