tressure

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tressure

(ˈtrɛʃə; ˈtrɛsjʊə)
n
(Heraldry) heraldry a narrow inner border on a shield, usually decorated with fleurs-de-lys
[C14: from Old French tressour, from trecier to plait, from trece tress]
ˈtressured adj
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The team travel to Powls Castle in Wales and value a host of tressures including an original Dr wo scrip and a broken place of pottery.
Testosterone or its derivatives have been linked to hair loss, at least in females (Tamm, Volkwein & Tressures, 1980), and there is also some evidence for an association between psychoticism and testosterone levels (Eysenck & Eysenck, 1976).