boutell

bowtell, boltel, boultine, boutell, bowtel, edge roll

1. A plain, convex molding, usually three-quarters of a circle in section.
3. The shaft of a clustered pillar.

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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Bridesmaids/flower girls: Claire Boutell Random, 38, of Thornaby and Sarah Taylor, 39, of Roseworth.
Boutell (a member of the firm of Boutell Brothers, a big local furniture house) was named treasurer and a director.
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Matt Boutell and student Andrew Hettlinger (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology) exhibited a second interface that promotes student learning of robotics and computer science.
Boutell (1979) menciona los aportes de Lawrence Vance en relacion con la propuesta de este autor de aplicar el muestreo estadistico a la contabilidad y la auditoria.
The Bahrain Team Pindar line-up also included Nick Bice, Jack Boutell, Richard Donkin, Phil Harmer, Zara Macalister, Halvard Mabire, Miranda Merron, Francis Tregaskis, and BBC TV presenter and Earthwatch ambassador Paul Rose.
Throughout the play, we find Melantha referred to as Rhodophil's "mistress" That Betty Boutell, an actress with a notoriously erotic reputation, played the original Melantha only supports audience suspicions that Rhodophil claims her "innocence" to avoid crossing swords with Palamede.
RICH BOUTELL, 27 COMIC BOOK STORE OWNER "I'm going to try to seduce Santa into doing a three-way with me and my partner.
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Charles Boutell notes that "[f]rom the crosses of St.