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bisque

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1. 
a. a pink to yellowish tan colour
b. (as adjective): a bisque tablecloth
2. Ceramics another name for biscuit

bisque

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Tennis Golf croquet an extra point, stroke, or turn allowed to an inferior player, usually taken when desired

bisque

A tile that has been fired once but not glazed.
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Make a talking point with a Leaf electric radiator, from pounds 2,398 from Bisque, which is made from laminated wood.
Shellfish bisque can also be used as a sauce to go with a fish main course.
To serve: Fill small glass with bisque. Shake whipped cream dispenser and top bisque with huitlacoche.
Materials: PMC silver clay, dichroic glass, bisque beads, enamels, Precious Metal Clay in Mixed Media project book
After bisque firing, paint your artwork with glazes to decorate.
The loss during bisque firing is mild because the piece breaks in place.
The French bisque (unglazed china) dolls of the late 19th century are desirable, not only for their finely modelled heads, but also for their clothes - often intricate copies of the fashions of the time, with dress and hats, layers of underclothes, socks and shoes.
This one-piece bathtub is available in standard white, bone, bisque, and seven granite colors.
So I really need to add the recipe for Lobster Bisque to my collection.
AOUR first choice would be radiator company Bisque. They specialise in very modern and fashionable designs for every room in the house.
You can prepare this mushroom bisque, inspired by his--or make your own favorite bisque--and top the portions with dough, then bake them for easy flair.
THESKY ASTRONOMY SOFTWARE Founded in 1984 when Steve Bisque was laid up with a volleyball injury, Software Bisque has made its mark in the astronomy world by providing software tools that appeal to hobbyists and professionals alike.