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Definition of Paillasse

Paillasse
Paillasse Pail*lasse" (?; F. ?), n. [F., fr. paille straw. See Pallet a bed.] An under bed or mattress of straw. [Written also palliasse.]

Meaning of Paillasse from wikipedia

- proactive supporter of La Paill****e an open-science laboratory dedicated to biological and Wetware research. While helping La Paill****e to secure its initial...
- the Italian term are found in other Romance languages, such as French Paill****e, Spanish payaso, Catalan/Galician pall****o, Portuguese palhaço, Gr****...
- (1993) Clovis Crawfish and Bidon Box Turtle (1996) Clovis Crawfish and Paill****e Poule D'Eau (1997) Clovis Crawfish and Fedora Field Mouse (1998) Clovis...
- extent, the Channel Islands, dried seagr****es were used as a mattress (paill****e) filling - such mattresses were in high demand by French forces during...
- performance space, Waterlow Hall. Victoria Bingham 2017– present Sandrine Paill****e 2016 (acting) Helen Pike 2013–2016 Elizabeth Nicholas 2013, one term Jenny...
- translation and adaptation of Adolphe d'Ennery's and Marc Fournier's Paill****e. The plot centres on the character Belphegor, a nobleman by birth whose...
- Hackuarium, in Écublens International Hackteria Society, in Switzerland La Paill****e, in Paris London Biohackspace, in London the Open Insulin Project, an...
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- child and taken in by Malicorne, director of a circus. She is friend with Paill****e (who loves her), Grand-Pingouin (who is also attracted to her), and Marion...
- Moulin rouge (1866) La Sirène (1866) La Maison maudite (1867) La Femme de Paill****e. La Voyante (1873) L'Amant d'Alice (1873) La Comtesse de Nancey (1873)...
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