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Called the Swine Flu, for a while it seemed that it could be contained at the entrepots of the country where the incoming passengers could be quickly quarantined and segregated from the general population. ❋ Unknown (2009)

With a civilization clustered around the oasis entrepots that marked the Silk Road connecting West to East, the Tocharians are thought to have played a major role in spreading Buddhism from India to China. ❋ Jan (2008)

The bulk of this trade was done in a round-about way, tribe to tribe or from established entrepots. ❋ Carla (2007)

You'd expect some sort of watch to be kept on the entrepots to one of its most important cities, in case some enterprising Venageti commander decided to try something imaginative. ❋ Cook, Glen (1988)

The chief source of supply was the iron-manufacturing districts of Pennsylvania and Virginia, whence the wares were carried to the entrepots of river trade by packhorses. ❋ Frederic Austin Ogg (1914)

The situation of all the three is extremely advantageous, and naturally fits them to be the entrepots of a great part of the goods destined for the consumption of distant places. ❋ Unknown (1909)

Semlin and Belgrade are the entrepots of this trade. ❋ Andrew Archibald Paton (1842)

The deputy from Marseilles urged that the voyage from Dantzic, or even from Copenhagen to Marseilles, was too long for a ship to go and come with certainty in one season, considering the ice and the long nights; and that therefore, there is no avoiding the use of entrepots for the trade of Marseilles. ❋ William Stevenson (1784)

However, with the spread of European entrepots in Southeast Asia, Brunei began to shrink in importance. ❋ Unknown (2009)

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