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Pavise
Pavise Pa*vise, n. [OF. pavaix, F. pavois; cf. It. pavese, LL. pavense; perh. named from Pavia in Italy.] (Mil. Antiq.) A large shield covering the whole body, carried by a pavisor, who sometimes screened also an archer with it. [Written also pavais, pavese, and pavesse.] --Fairholt.
Pavisor
Pavisor Pa*vis"or, n. (Mil. Antiq.) A soldier who carried a pavise.

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- A pavise (or pavis, pabys, or pavesen) was an oblong shield used during the late 14th to early 16th centuries. Often large enough to cover the entire...
- Jamati Prize in 1986. Patrice Pavis was previously Professor of Theatre Studies at Paris VIII University. In 1987, Pavis suggested a new theory regarding...
- Pavis Wood is an area of woodland on a hill located near Hastoe in Tring, north-western Hertfordshire, England. A point on its eastern slopes is the highest...
- name of Marie Pavis. In 1922 she went to Australia and formed a production company with Lawson Harris. After a brief time as The Yvonne Pavis Production...
- Helpers" - Child chorus "Genterns" - Genterns, Pavi "Luigi, Pavi, Amber Har**** Mag" - Luigi, Mag, Amber, Pavi, Rotti "Seeing You Stirs Memories" - Rotti "Seeing...
- Glorantha. In 1983, Chaosium published Pavis, Threshold to Danger, a boxed set that details the city of New Pavis, which is located in the former suburbs...
- Hungo Pavi is an Ancestral Puebloan great house and archaeological site located in Chaco Canyon, northwestern New Mexico, United States. A set of ruins...
- Performing Arts. Swets & Zeitlinger. ISBN 978-0312653163. Pavis (1998, 7). Pavis (1998, 8-9). Pavis (1998, 8). Halliwell (1995, 37). Wickham (1959, 32—41;...
- jestsake personated... are now thrown off' (1749, Fielding, Tom Jones). Pavis (1998, 47). Roser, Nancy; Miriam Martinez; Charles Fuhrken; Kathleen McDonnold...
- its themes, stock characters, and plot elements. Theatre artist Patrice Pavis defines theatricality, theatrical language, stage writing and the specificity...
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