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parge

To apply a parge coat; also See parget, 3.
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In contrast, Martina Parge is less interested in criticizing Goldhagen than in using his book to reopen the question of whether a specifically German national character made the Holocaust possible.
parchment Middle English parchemin, from Old French parchemin, parcamin, alteration (influenced by parche, parge, kind of red leather, from Late Latin Parthica (pellis), literally, Parthian skin) of Gallo-Romance *pergaminus, ultimately from Greek pergamene, from feminine of Pergamenos of Pergamum
I was taught that a "parge" coat was the cementitious rendering applied to the exterior of masonry foundation walls (to reduce groundwater) or to the interior of masonry mass walls (to reduce air leakage and water penetration), and finally to the interior of chimneys to improve gas tightness.
Vijay, who has recorded live sessions for Radio Two and played at Coventry's St Mary's Guildhall and the Godiva Festival, will share the stage with Men Diamler, the Empty Set and Parge.
The lime-mortar rendering (or parge coat) preferentially attracts the capillary saltwater solution and evaporation happens in this layer, not in the brick-masonry assembly.
TAWT is basically a word that means nothing, which is what we wanted," explains Parge, in between serving customers at the Tin Angel bar.