cabanne

cabanne

A primitive one-room dwelling used by the early French pioneers in the Mississippi Valley as a temporary shelter; had a framework consisting of poles with branches woven between them; a steeply pitched gable roof, thatched with palmetto fronds or bark attached to a wood framework; somewhat similar to the palma hut in Florida.
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Contract notice: Supply, installation and commissioning of an information system for the biological resource center ferdinand cabanne.
As a resident DJ of the CONCRETE parties in Paris, his appearances brought him to the front of Paris stages and gave him the chance to share the decks with many artists eAE Rhadoo, Raresh, Cabanne, Baby Ford, Sammy Dee, Onur Ozer, Moomin, Sonja moonear, Ricardo Villalobos, Akufen, and Bihn.
Brown and Amadon 1968, Johnsgard 1990, Simmons and Mendelsohn 1993, Kitowski 2001, Seipke and Cabanne 2002.
This will include a lecture on Marseille, 2013 Capitale de la culture, by Cedric Cabanne.
Il etait tres difficile d'en avoir pour bien terrasser la cabanne [sic].
Then, for good measure, he tips in crucial bits of evidence such as the exchange between Pierre Cabanne and Duchamp, in which the former wonders, "How do you explain your evolution toward the system of measurements in The Bride and The Large Glass?
In reference to the Americans who frequented the Arensbergs' apartment, Duchamp told Pierre Cabanne, "They played chess--Arensberg played a lot of chess.
Niveloni S, Sugai E, Cabanne A, Vazquez H, Argonz J, Smecuol E, et al.
See, for example, Cabanne, Dialogues with Marcel Duchamp, p.
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