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plein air

or plein-air  (plān′âr′, plĕ-nĕr′)
adj.
1. Of or being a style of painting produced out of doors in natural light.
2. Taking place outdoors: plein air dining.

[From French (en) plein air, (in) the open air : en, in + plein, full + air, air.]
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