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- adj. Alternative form of Moresque.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See Moresque.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as Moresque.
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"Mauresque" After a decidedly symphonic introduction, this piece has light percussion, a steady bass, and plenty of synthesizer to go around.
Cuir Mauresque, hard to decide between this and Tabac Blond, they are so different, but I choose CM for it's more animalic quality and orange-y extras
Until then, the 'fumes I feel like The Hotness in are Cuir Mauresque & Cuir Ottoman hi Billy, leather queen, shouting back.
Tabac Blonde vs Cuir Mauresque = very torn + undecided
Since then I've met & fallen for others, Cuir Ottoman, Cuir D'Arabie, Cuir Mauresque ... and I perceive Dzing! more as a hide & sandalwood scent.
Anyway - would anyone more talented than I be able to tell me what the difference is between Tabac Blond and Cuir Mauresque?
Swoon-worthy notes of leather, incense, amber, pepper and cumin, this has both the drydown part of l'Air de Rien and leather in Cuir Mauresque.
Its elegantly robust, warm leather accord with a slight vanillic and substantional ambery undertone should delight fans of Tabac Blond, Knize Ten, Cuir Mauresque and Royal English Leather.
Mauresque Building, which is very large and lends itself easily to decoration, giving us all the space we require.
The sun shone through the lace window screens and sparkled on the Hispano-Mauresque tiles, the innumerable toilet articles of crystal and silver, the bas-reliefs on the antique sarcophagus; its dancing reflections imparting a delightful sense of movement to the air.
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