pisé

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pisé

(ˈpiːzeɪ)
n
(Building) rammed earth or clay used to make floors or walls. Also called: pisé de terre
[C18: French, from past participle of piser, from Latin pisare to beat, pound]
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Providing opportunities for players to become professionals, while continuing to provide high level domestic training environments for those not playing professionally overseas, through out partnership with PISE (Pacific Institute of Sport Excellence) achieves our goal.
Competence between PSSP, PISE and PRSP was not significantly different (p = 0.
Builder David Easton has developed a technique called PISE (Pneumatically impacted stabilized earth) which allows builders to use soil from the site to build the house.