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mache

also mâche  (mäsh)
n.
Any of several plants of the genus Valerianella, especially a Eurasian annual (V. locusta) having small, white to pale bluish flowers and edible young leaves used in salads or as a potherb. Also called corn salad, lamb's lettuce.

[French mâche, from dialectal pomache, from Vulgar Latin *pōmasca, from Latin pōmum, fruit (perhaps because of its slightly sweet taste).]

mache

(ˈmæʃeɪ)
n
(Art Terms) papier-mâché

corn′ sal`ad


n.
any of several plants of the genus Valerianella, of the valerian family, esp. V. locusta, having small light blue flowers and tender narrow leaves eaten in salads. Also called mache.
References in classic literature ?
The material was at first supposed to be the wood of the sycamore (platanus), but, upon cutting into it, we found it to be pasteboard, or, more properly, papier mache, composed of papyrus.
Purpose of the contract: construction of a recycling plant in Mache.
"After leaving the school, I dedicated myself to the mache art form," said Beig, who had to quit school due to the poor financial condition of his family.
Ditto for the Mache Blend (baby chard, mache rosettes, tango lettuce) and the sublime Sweet Pea (sweet pea shoots, baby bok choy, plus romaine, lolla rosa, and three other kinds of lettuce).
Mrs Jones, former keeper of applied arts at Wolverhampton Museum, said: "Jennens & Bettridge were the most celebrated manufacturers of papier mache of their day, and attracted orders from fashionable society across Europe and beyond.
Yvonne, former keeper of applied arts at Wolverhampton Museum, said: "Jennens and Bettridge were the most celebrated manufacturers of papier mache of their day, and attracted orders from fashionable society across Europe and beyond.
Even if many outdoor activities come to a grinding halt because of scorching temperatures, residents could still keep their creative minds going with origami and paper mache workshops to be conducted by the artists 'Ooh' and 'Afsheen'.
This fabulous unicorn was made of papier mache - use your favourite magazine, newspaper, wrapping paper or paper with a colour to match other accessories for something truly individual and fun
The Hands On Crafts for Kids episode illustrates how to use Activa's Celluclay Instant Paper Mache as Katie and Jenny made a pinata party bowl.
Sophia Heymans makes large-scale landscapes, layering oil paint over a surface of embedded natural and found materials including moss, string, paper mache and prairie grass seeds.
Add to it the fact that Waheed chanced upon the work of his late grandfather ( after he finished his book), a papier mache artist -- a book whose leaves were a stunning pattern of flowers in gold, red, blue and green.