guisard


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guisard

(ˈɡaɪzəd)
n
a guiser
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An early reference occurs in a letter to the editor of the Every-Day Book from John Wood Reddock of Falkirk concerning guisard performances in Falkirk: 'The grand affair among the boys in the town is to provide themselves with fausse faces, or masks; and those with crooked horns and beards are in greatest demand' see William Hone, The Every-Day Book, 2 vols (London, 1826, 1827), 2.
Yoli Flores, Jacob Foster, Ashley Garrett, Deanna Grimes, Francisco Guisard, Anthony Hayes, Austin Hays, Joshua Hendrickson, Jeffrey Henshaw, Shelby Hoiland, Anai Islas, Shayanna Joseph, Tara Kime, Sadie King,
Tu y verras un Guisard trop fidele (Piteux spectacle) en toute cruaute Assassine par la deloyaute De ce meurtrier, et perfide heretique.
Such language remained commoner in Protestant than in Guisard polemic.
Executive producer, Claude Guisard. Co-producers, Francois Hers, Catia Riccaboni, Alain Fleischer, Martine Violet, Christian Lamarche, Catherine Droubaix.
Konnert asks why the city councillors of Chalons-sur-Marne remained loyal to the crown in the last phase of the Wars of Religion, despite their town's location in the heavily Leaguer and Guisard province of Champagne (viii).
Sales: Doc and C, Paris.) Produced by Thierry Garrel, Jean-Jacques Henry, Claude Guisard, Liane Wilmont, Michele Levelle.