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pisé

(ˈpiːzeɪ)
n
(Building) rammed earth or clay used to make floors or walls. Also called: pisé de terre
[C18: French, from past participle of piser, from Latin pisare to beat, pound]
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Fodorova, o kojima autorica takoder pise. Osim pregleda povijesti frazeoloskih istrazivanja frazeolozi u svojim knjigama redovito donose i razgranat spektar termina koji su u uporabi u toj lingvistickoj disciplini te se pozicioniraju u tom smislu.
After a period of abandonment (MD X) there follows phase MD IX with substantial buildings made of pise walls.
PISE 2016 will be the premier event attracting a national audience of industry professionals looking forward to creating winning sports profile and programs and will also be a showcase of the latest developments, products, trends and will serve as a catalyst in promoting the respective industry globally.
L'Algerie etait la premiere a abandonner les populations de Tindouf a leur sort a la suite de ces inondations qui ont detruit les maisons en pise, emporte les tentes, les bagages et les provisions, laissant derriere plusieurs sans-abris, a ajoute la meme source, notant que l'Algerie n'a pas daigne venir en aide aux sinistres sahraouis installes sur son sol.
In another area, a smaller scale but roughly contemporary feature was an above-ground mud-built (pise) domed structure similar to a tanour or kleftiko type oven.
In the city, hidden behind carved wooden doors in thick pink pise (rammed earth) walls are smaller oases of calm greenery and flowers, where the only sounds are of birds and gently splashing fountains.
Des athletes novices et experimentes seront sur la ligne de depart de cette epreuve, individuelle ou par equipe, et devront traverser les champs de dunes, des jebels, des plateaux caillouteux, des lacs asseches mais aussi des oasis et des villages traditionnels en pise.
"La maison en pise s'est affaissee apres l'explosion de trois bombes tuant le pere, la mere et un garcon de cinq ans", a precise le responsable.
Helene MILLET, Le concile de Pise. Qui travaillait a l'union de l'Eglise d'Occidenten 1409?, Brepols, Turnhout 2010, 443 pp.