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pattée

(ˈpæteɪ; ˈpætɪ)
adj
(often postpositive) (of a cross) having triangular arms widening outwards
[from French patte paw]
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the scope of the project includes forensic analysis, construction planning and general contractor verified cost estimates for complete exterior envelope rehabilitation for pattee hall.
Students who are using technology are engaged in much higher levels of thinking," says superintendent Andy Pattee.
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Dandee Pattee earned a Masters of Fine Art in Ceramics from the University of Florida and a Masters of Art in Critical Studies from the Maryland Institute College of Art.