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alette

[ə′let]
(architecture)
A minor wing of a building.
A door jamb.
A rear pilaster, partially visible within a cluster of columnar elements.
The wing of the pier on both sides of an engaged column.

alette

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1. A minor wing of a building.
2. A door jamb.
3. A rear pilaster, partially visible within a cluster of columnar elements.
4. The wing of the pier on both sides of an engaged column.
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Drumbl, Atrocity, Punishment, and International Law 23-45 (2007) ; Alette Smeulers, Punishing the Enemies of All Mankind, 21 Leiden J.
4) See the painstaking analysis of the Catholic Council for Israel and its Study Committee by Alette Warringa in Adelbert Denaux, ed.
For starters, Ellis and I went for alette di pollo - chicken wings in Condorrat - and they were so plump and tasty they were quickly stripped to a pile of bones.
8) Regarding the ephemeral and ahistorical approaches to quotation, Moore's most radical successor is neither Niedecker nor Rich but Alice Notley, who experimented with a highly disjunctive and paratactic poetics marked exclusively by brief snippets of quotation in her 1996 collection The Descent of Alette.
Sue Ward , editor of Cassone: The International Online Magazine of Art and Art Books, talks to art writer Alette Rye Scales.
Throughout that time her pace has been urgent, as has been much of her work, particularly since the publication of The Descent of Alette, in 1992.
These ceramics artists were: Nevin Ayduslu, Alette Akgun, Oznur Aksachoglu, Yukselen Akyuz, Perihan San Aslan, Safi Avci, Feyhan Bayik, Nege Bengisu, Ozgur Ceren Can, Nurtac Cakar, Deniz Onur Erman, Belgin Ergun, Serkan Gonenc, Zeren Koc, Ozay Kora, Hulya Kupeli, Ceyda Oskay, Meral Ozturk, Nihal Sarioglu, Sema Seymener, Sibel Tibet, Ruveyda Terkeslioglu, Ozge ilbeyi Toplu, Omur Tokgoz, Ulker Uygun, Seyhan Yilmaz and Hacer Yilikoglu.
Most of the ascie a alette (38) that I've seen are a trifle more archaic than that produced from Wace's LHIIIB mould from Mycenae (39) but it is obviously Italian.
Era, nella luce bianca, una discesa continua, lentissima di pellicole diafane, quasi impalpabili, che s'indugiavano nell'aria, esitavano, tremolavano come alette di libellule, tra verdognole e biondicce, dando alla vista per quella continuita e per quella labilita una sensazione quasi allucinante.
Working under Vaughan, Alette Addison will have responsibility for salt issues, while Stephen Airey will look after saturated fat and energy.