A kind of soup containing thin slices or shreds of carrots, onions, etc.
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Julienne, Francophone given name, may refer to:
Julienne Alexandrite Mathieu (21 September 1874 - 1 December 1943) was one of the earliest French silent film actresses who appeared mostly in French silents between 1905 and 1909. She appeared in the Spanish silent film El Hotel eléctrico released in 1908, one of the first films to incorporate stop animation. She is the wife of Segundo de Chomón.
Rémy Julienne (born April 17, 1930 in Cepoy, France ) is a French driving stunt performer, stunt coordinator, assistant director and occasional actor. He is also a former rallycross champion and 1956 French motorcross champion.
Julienne Taylor (born Julie Anne Taylor on 15 July 1981) is a Scottish singer and songwriter who has been hailed as "Scotland’s best female voice since Annie Lennox ". Her beautiful voice creates gorgeous music both traditional and contemporary performed with a Scottish flavour.
Mabel Julienne Scott
Mabel Julienne Scott (November 2, 1892 – October 1, 1976) was an American stage and silent movie actress.
Julienne is a small, irregular depression that is located in Palus Putredinis (southeastern Mare Imbrium ), in the terrain to the southeast of the prominent crater Archimedes, and about 12 km west of the landing site of Apollo 15 at Hadley Rille.
Julienne is a commune in the Charente department in southwestern France.
Julienne Marie Louise Aisner (née Simart; 30 December 1899 — 15 February 1947) was a World War II resistance agent, working with the Special Operations Executive (SOE).
Julienne van Loon
Julienne van Loon (born 1970) is an Australian author and academic.