Rambouillet

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Rambouillet

French fine-woolled, merino sheep; males are horned, females polled. The most common fine-wool breed in the USA.
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Asked if the delegation supported the peace accord worked out in Rambouillet, France, whose rejection by the Serbs triggered the bombing, Mr Gaidar said: "We have some ideas of how we should proceed with the negotiations with a very specific goal of doing everything that could be done to stop the present, very unpleasant developments.
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien chose the scenic town in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains to restore the more casual and intimate settings of the early summits, which began in 1975 in Rambouillet, France.
The United Nations high commissioner for refugees said Tuesday that 25,000 ethnic Albanians had been forced to flee their homes since Friday and that an additional 85,000 had become refugees since the end of peace talks in Rambouillet, France, last month.
The first round broke up last month in Rambouillet, France, after the ethnic Albanian delegation, dominated by the rebel Kosovo Liberation Army, also refused to sign the deal.
US-led peace talks ended last month in Rambouillet, France, with ethnic Albanian negotiators promising to sign a deal when talks resume in eight days.
Richard Holbrooke, the architect of the Dayton accords, will not take part in the coming talks on Kosovo in Rambouillet, France.