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  • Dogs learn to ring bell for treats - msn.com

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    Pashmak and Cassis are two dogs who have learned how to ring their bell in order to receive a tasty treat. Look at how they do it with such enthusiasm!

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  • Cassis - Wikipedia

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    Cassis (French pronunciation: ; Occitan: Cassís) is a commune situated east of Marseille in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur ...

  • Crème de cassis - Wikipedia

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    Crème de cassis (pronounced [kʁɛm də kasis]) (also known as Cassis Liqueur) is a sweet, dark red liqueur made from blackcurrants. Several cocktails are made with ...

  • Cassis | Definition of Cassis by Merriam-Webster

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    Define cassis: a syrupy liquor of low alcoholic strength made from black currants and used chiefly as a flavoring and sweetening agent

  • Cassis 2018: Best of Cassis, France Tourism - TripAdvisor

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    Cassis Tourism: TripAdvisor has 37,860 reviews of Cassis Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Cassis resource.

  • Cassis | Define Cassis at Dictionary.com

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    I never so much as looked on them as men—not in that way, for a cassis woman, m'sieu.

  • Cassis Tourist Office: Calanques, Cap Canaille, Cassis ...

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    Cassis Tourist Office, official website: Information on the calanques, accommodation, restaurants and the congress center, and the webcams. Prepare and book your stay!

  • cassis - Wiktionary

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    English Etymology . Borrowed from French cassis. Noun . cassis (usually uncountable, plural cassises) The blackcurrant plant, Ribes nigrum; the flavor of ...

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    Combining traditional European style with the relaxed flair of American eateries, Chef Jeremy Duclut offers American classics with subtle French influences for brunch ...

  • Cassis - Wikitravel

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    Cassis is a small attractive town in Provence in southern France on the Mediterranean coast. Celebrated for its cliffs and calanques, it is also known for the Cassis ...

  • Cassis - Sea resort in Provence - Provence Web

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    Between Marseille and Toulon. Little seaside resort snuggled at the foot of a very tall cliff called Cap Canaille. Cassis is a wonderful place to stroll about with ...

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