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MONS Meg, made in Mons, Belgium, is one of three guns built in 1449 - of the others, one is in Ghent and one disappeared in France long ago.
The British retreat from Mons lasted for two weeks and took the BEF to the outskirts of Paris before it counter-attacked with the French at the Battle of the Marne.
Former deputy mayor of Mons, Jacques Hamaide, said: "We are pleased to have the royals here because I am full of gratitude for the UK.
Casualties on both sides were buried in fields, churchyards and public cemeteries throughout Mons from that battle and others in 1914, until in 1916 the German army searched for a plot of land to build a cemetery for both friend and foe.
Mons, which has already been chosen as the European Capital of Culture for 2015, has seen a massive influx of visitors this year to mark the centenary.
Not so with Lavardin, whose opening interview with Madame Mons relates less to her husband's death than her having abandoned him decades before.
Mons players - four weeks without wages tomorrow - can use the facility to keep their fitness in check until they get new clubs.
At Ascraeus Mons, however, the density of the lava decreased at a later stage, so that the top of the volcano is of lower density.
McKim had a good view of the area on Jun 18 and no trace of cloud existed; indeed, no orographic cloud appeared there again until late July, although Arsia Mons itself continued to be visible as a dusky spot.
The Belgian research centre Materia Nova in Mons has invested in a ZE A 60 UTX twin-screw extruder from KraussMaffei Berstorff to help the centre expand its scope for research and development of biodegradable plastics.
The Roman Imperial quarries: survey and excavation at Mons Porphyrites 1994-1998.
The reference to Mons indicates more than just Hemingway's "respect for the names of places and things," for example, more than his "regard for the concrete" (Barloon 10).