Blanc, Mont

Blanc, Mont, the highest mountain in Europe, 15,780 ft., almost entirely within France; sends numerous glaciers down its slopes, the Mer de Glace the chief.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Blanc, Jean Joseph Louis * Blanchard, François
Blackwood, Sir Henry
Blackwood, William
Blaeu, Willem Janzsoon
Blainville, Henri Marie
Blair, Hugh
Blair, Robert
Blake, Robert
Blake, William
Blanc, Charles
Blanc, Jean Joseph Louis
Blanc, Mont
Blanchard, François
Blanchard, Laman
Blanche of Castile
Blanchet, The Abbé
Blandrata, Giorgio
Blanqui, Adolphe
Blanqui, Louis Auguste
Blarney-stone
Blasius, St.
Blasphemy

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