Chartreux

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Chartreux

an old French breed of cats; it has a blue-gray, medium-length, double coat.
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Rapport de Philippe Howard, Cardinal de Norfolk, sur le rit de la consecration des vierges chez les moniales chartreuses (chartreuse de Premol, 1687).
Bruno of Cologne, who began the first charterhouse in 1084 in the valley of the Chartreuse Mountains in the French Alps.
She and her staff are constantly explaining falernum, Galliano, Chartreuse and Fernet Branca to guests, and it's invigorating when customers make a connection to these special bottles, Kim says.