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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]
References in classic literature ?
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.
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.
Tenders are invited for Supply of "eurotherm" make chessel paper less recorder.
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.
Even Keystone's numerous dining outlets offer unique family options including Der Fondue Chessel, a Bavarian-themed restaurant at 11,444 feet, accessed by an enchanting two-gondola ride.
Chessel, of Cambridge, and London residents Thompson Omond, George and Murray, will return to court on July 21.
The youngest to die was Christian Chessel, who wrote just prior to his death, "Our mission in the Muslim world is marked by weakness.
Savage, "Physical Exercise and Store Life," The Beaver (June 1931), 241; Every-Tuesday-Morning Bulletin (24 August 1937), HBCHS; MacDonald, Golden Jubilee, 123; Marie-Emmanelle Chessel, "Training Sales Personnel in France between the Wars," in Cathedrals of Consumption, 286-292; J.
The Chessel Pottery, at the foot of the Compton Downs, offers visitors the chance to decorate their own pottery.
Most of the restaurants offer classic American and Tex-Mex style food, but if you really miss that European fondue night, get a gondola to the top of North Peak and visit Der Fondue Chessel, an Austrian-themed barn of a restaurant featuring humongous portions and a lederhosen-clad band.
9) But the most pertinent English inscription extant is probably the one on the inside of the sixth-century silver scabbard mount of the sword found in a pagan Jutish cemetery at Chessel Down in the Isle of Wight and now also in the British Museum; it most likely reads 'aeco soeri', which R.