mattamore

mattamore

(ˈmætəˌmɔː)
n
(Architecture) a subterranean storehouse or dwelling
[C17: from French, from Arabic matmurā, from tamara to store, bury]
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A program with multiple benefits hasn't lacked for grants or large corporate donations, receiving them from the Greater Worcester Foundation, Stoddard Charitable Trust, Fletcher Foundation, Saint-Gobain Abrasives Inc., the Fuller Foundation, Wyman-Gordon Foundation and a new trust called the Mattamore Family Foundation.
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