wastel

Related to wastel: wasteland

wastel

(ˈwɒstəl)
n
(Cookery) obsolete a bread or cake made of the finest flour
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The York Bakers' and civic ordinances specify the types of bread produced by the guild: wastel, simnel, payndemayne or demesne, and cocket.
(62) Wastel, simnel, payndemayne/demesne, and cocket were types of bread distinguished by the quality of flour used in each.
Agri-clinics and agri-business centres, agro-processing, wastel
De todas maneras se ha procurado abordar este estudio pensando a traves de los objetos expuestos, esto es, desarrollando una argumentacion heuristica sin presuponer que estos representan, significan o simbolizan algo mas (Henare, Holbraad y Wastel 2007).
3.2.3 Occupational names with Norman assimilated borrowings as the derivational bases WasteImonger 1317 (wastel [AF wastel, var.
People living in Great Ayton, above, had complained of the quality |of their water but Northumbrian Water says it is safe BRIAN WASTEL
El termino maquiavelico tiene su origen en Nicolas Maquiavelo, cuando en 1513 escribe la obra "El principe", en la que expone la manera de adquirir y mantener el poder a traves de la manipulacion de los contextos sociales, teniendo como elemento central el propio interes (Wastel y Booth, 2003).
They [Enviro Wastel made an application to get a state permit which is how the notice came about.