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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.
The aim of this mandate is to digitize the elements of the limits of the constructions to the roads by following the models of minimum geodata (80-vd and 42-vd) and the directive for the acquisition of the geodata of base associated this for the municipalities of bourg-en-lavaux, castle-d~oex, chessel, forel (lavaux), lavey-morcles, leysin, noville, ollon, oron, puidoux, rennaz, rivaz, rossiniere, rougemont, saint-lgier-la chisaz, saint- saphorin (lavaux) and yvorne
En este contexto, comprender la amplitud ecologica y tolerancia de un organismo a diversos factores ambientales a lo largo de un gradiente, es un aspecto esencial en ecologia aplicada, ya que no solo permite describir su nicho ecologico (Doledec, Chessel y Gimaret-Carpentier, 2000), sino conocer su grado de especificidad, es decir si son generalistas o especialistas, de acuerdo con los intervalos de tolerancia y distribucion de los organismos (Hulbert y White, 2007; Thuiller 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).
It was supplemented with a between-class analysis (Doledec and Chessel 1987), which estimated a percentage of inertia between classes (dates), whose significance was tested using the Monte-Carlo method (999 simulations).
Les amis et les anciens eleves des missionnaires Charles Deckers (1924-1994), Alain Dieulangard (1919-1994), Christian Chessel (1958-1994) et Jean Chevillard (1925-1194) ont tenu a marquer la 20e annee de ce triste evenement.
Co-inertia analysis is a flexible, multivariate method that couples environmental and faunal data and measures the degree of agreement between them (Doledec and Chessel, 1994; Dray et al.
Marie-Emmanuelle CHESSEL, << Circulations transatlantiques: la genese des ligues de consommateurs (1887-1902) >>, dans Olivier DARD et Nathalie SEVILLA (dir.
The correlations between locust data and rainfall were then established by applying to this matrix a co-inertia analysis method (Doledec & Chessel 1994, Dray et al.
Chessel, of Cambridge, and London residents Thompson Omond, George and Murray, will return to court on July 21.