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pierrotage

In French Vernacular architecture of the southern United States, lime mortar or clay mixed with small stones; used as infilling between half-timbering with diagonal braces (columbage); also See bousillage.
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Ten years later, satires were still praising her good nature, the 1688 Session of Ladyes calling her "Chestnut-man'd Boutel, whom all the Town F_ks.
Perrin uses three forwards - Patrice Loko, Samuel Boutel and Nicolas Gousse - but two, Loko and Boutel drop off, which means Gousse will fight a lonely battle up front.
The mud-slinging got under way when Pierre Boutel, president of ANTEM, issued a whole series of allegations.
And Boutel branded the voting system flawed, because the jury of 10 celebrities had two-thirds of the vote, while 300,000 TV viewers who voted by phone had only one third.