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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(7.) Desoubeaux G, Cabanne E, Franck-Martel C, Gombert M, Gyan E, Lissandre S, et al.
At Cabanne, Genoa province (Italy), an overall total of 507.0 mm was measured.
(15.) Sugai E, Moreno ML, Hwang HJ, Cabanne A, Crivelli A, Nachman F, et al.
Cabanne, "A long term model for long distance travel in France," in Proceedings of the European Transport Conference, Strasbourg, France, 2003.
Cabanne et al., "Evaluation of calprotectin level in intestinal content as an early marker for graft rejection," Transplantation Proceedings, vol.
E completa, na famosa entrevista a Pierre Cabanne, dizendo que "cada respiracao e uma obra de arte que nao esta inscrita em nenhum lugar, que nao e nem visual, nem cerebral" (CABANNE, 2002: 125).
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.
Combining scientific scrutiny and anthropology exploration, Melendez claims, these film dramas balanced the possibilities of entertainment and science, recording the first interactions between Mexicans and Anglos in New Mexico, as can be observed in Romaine Fielding's The Rattlesnake (1913) and Christy Cabanne's Martyrs of the Alamo or the Birth of Texas (1915).
El marchante aleman Kahnweiler recalca que hasta la Guerra Civil "habia conocido un Picasso increiblemente apolitico" (Cabanne, 1982a: 255).