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And television sports commentators are being advised to stop using the word "coach" or "corner" for football matches.
They should instead say "entraineur" and "coup de pied de coin".
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Locally known as the Escaut, the river has its source in the department of Aisne, which is barely any more than 20 kilometres (12 mi) away.
Cambrai is located on chalk bedrock of the Cretaceous period, which forms the northern boundary of the Paris Basin, between, to the east, the hills for Thiérache and Avesnois, the foothills of the Ardennes, and northwest, the hills of Artois.
It is in the heart of the urban unit of Cambrai which has more than 3.8 million inhabitants.
The fertile lands which surround it and the textile industry gave it prosperity in the Middle Ages, but in modern times it is less industrialised than its neighbours of Nord-Pas-de-Calais.But the site also contains several bizarre misconceptions of words not actually used in English at all. It recommends that people should stop referring to a snack bar as a "scramble" and start calling it a "kiosque".And women who want a make-over must no longer ask to be "re-looked", but request to be "remodelle" instead.It is at a point which is relatively lower than these two regions, called the "Cambrai threshold" or the "Bapaume threshold", which facilitates the passage between the south and the north: Bapaume (Artois) is 100 metres (330 ft) above sea level, Avesnes-sur-Helpe (Avesnois) is at 143 metres (469 ft) and Cambrai only 41 metres (135 ft).The Saint-Quentin canal, the Canal du Nord, the A1, A2 and A26 autoroutes all borrow all this passage between the basin of the Seine and the plains of the Nord department.
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Cambrai today is a lively city and, despite the past destruction, maintains a rich monumental heritage.