putois


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putois

(puːˈtwɑː)
n
(Ceramics) a brush to paint pottery
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O verbo latino putere significa pourrir, "apodrecer", do qual tambem origina putois, designacao francesa para o animal que exala forte odor, o gamba.
2010) dans lequel l'ACT s'est montre superieur a la relaxation progressive (50 % vs 15 % de reponse et un effet de taille de 0,84 pour la condition ACT), une etude a ligne de base multiple sur 6 patients (Twohig, Hayes et Masuda, 2006), un essai ouvert de prise en charge en groupe pour patients souffrant du TOC, ayant ete resistants ou ayant rechute apres un ou plusieurs traitements (Schoendorff, Putois, Mollard et Barnel, 2009) et un essai ouvert avec trois adolescents (Armstrong, 2012).
The mother's deceit consists in pretending to be using the name as a referring expression while knowing it does not have any actual referent, and in supplying, upon the great aunt's demand, further identifying descriptions of the form "Putois is thus and so," which cannot be true with respect to actuality since Putois does not exist in the public world.
Putois becomes the object of collective concern, if not fear.
But the supposed appearance of Putois in her own kitchen gives her pause.
The townspeople, communicating with one another, find in Putois a convenient scapegoat for all crimes and misdemeanors that cannot be solved, and start a process of ever-increasing demonization, which ends up attributing to him supernatural powers.