fullery

fullery

(ˈfʊlərɪ)
n, pl -ries
(Textiles) obsolete a place where fulling takes place
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Alternativamente la volatilidad puede estimarse a partir de un intervalo de valores--utilizando tecnicas de escenarios o sensibilidad, o empleando modelos fuzzy (Datar y Mathews, 2004; Mathews, Datar y Johnson, 2007; Collan, Fullery Mezei, 2009; Zdnek, 2010).
70) Jakemes Painmoulliet gave to Sarem Den Broel, his wife, all his jewellery, plate, furnishings and tools ("joyaux d'or et dargent et toute se vaisellement dargent et de madre, tout son meuble dostel, son harnass, ses hostius grans et menus"), along with all his houses in Den Broel, one-half of his house and fullery, all his heritages and rents in Douai (the disposition of which he would control after her death); she was also left 400 livres parisis, her linens and clothing ("dras, cousus, tailles"), plus all household equipment and plate ("tout harnas meuble hostel toute vaisselment dargent et de madre") and "toutes rentes" which were due to him from the city of Douai.