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man·teau

 (măn-tō′)
n. pl. man·teaus (-tōz′) or man·teaux (-tō′)
A loose cloak or mantle.

[French, from Old French mantel; see mantle.]

manteau

(ˈmæntəʊ; French mɑ̃to)
n, pl -teaus (-təʊz) or French -teaux (-to)
(Clothing & Fashion) a cloak or mantle
[C17: via French from Latin mantellum mantle]
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I created two hand-stitched poetry pamphlets - Prophecy Conversations with my Self] (2010) and Hanes ve ptw [C (2015) - and also collaborated on DRKMTR, an experiment with poetry, art and sound (2012) with artist Andy Garside and musician Steve Nicholls, which we performed in various places including a derelict office block in Sheffield; and Metaforestry: Storiau o'r Gogs (2013) with musician Emmi Manteau and artist Erica Taylor, which we toured UK festivals including Wilderness and Uncivilisation.
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La voila la bas - over by there | Je le ferai tout de suite dans une minute - I'll do it now in a minute | Un petit calin - a cwtch | Fada-Twp | Ce manteau c'est a qui cette veste?
Apres un voyage court, j'ai debarque a Toronto ou la chaleur du soleil repandait sur mon visage pendant que je laissais tomber mon manteau et mis mes sandales.
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I wish it hadn't happened," she says, leaning back on a black sofa, wearing high heels, a black manteau and tightly fastened black headscarf.