chessel


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chessel

(ˈtʃɛsəl)
n
1. (Tools) a mould used in cheese-making
2. (Cookery) a mould used in cheese-making
[C18: probably from cheese1 + well2]
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And she left the old fop to go and speak with Madame de Chessel, a countess from the provinces, who seemed about to take leave.
Software (2017) and the ecological indices (Shannon and Shannon E) were calculated by the package ADE-4 (Chessel and Doldec, 1992).
Il s'agit de Monseigneur Pierre Claverie, du frere Henri Verges, des Soeurs Paul-Helene Saint-Raymond, Esther Paniagua Alonso et Caridad Alvarez Martin, Angele-Marie Littlejohn, Bibiane Leclercq, Odette Prevost, des peres Jean Chevillard, Alain Dieulangard, Charles Deckers, Christian Chessel et des Freres Luc Dochier, Christian de Cherge, Christophe Lebreton, Michel Fleury, Bruno Lemarchand, Celestin Ringeard et Paul Favre-Miville.
A PCA Gabriel biplot was also computed to illustrate the relative importance of each parameter on the grouping of stations representing the embayments (Doledec, & Chessel, 1991; Hammer et al., 2001; Legendre, & Gallagher, 2001).
Individual plot dynamics were quantified by combining a series of multivariate analyses using a method developed by Doledec and Chessel [31] and adapted by Garcia-Martinez et al.
So it was after two quickly passing years, that we at last came to a halt overlooking the sea at Abbotsbury in Dorset and admired the view over the sea with the end of the Chessel Beach below and the sunlight isle of Portland far off to the left.
A co-inertia analysis (Doledec and Chessel, 1994) was applied on the soil physicochemical variables (principal component analysis, PCA) and on the number of the PPN (correspondence analysis, COA).