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“Just as the second edition was to appear, another book, also describing techniques of paint - and varnishmaking and also by a Parisian merchant, was announced. 3 It was clear from the prospectus that in Traité des couleurs et vernis sieur Mauclerc would cover the same information as Watin's publication.”
“Placide-Auguste Le Pileur d'Apligny, "De la peinture encasutique," in Traité des couleurs matérielles (Paris, 1779), 248 – 99.”
“Next to it was a volume entitled Trait" M'thodique de Science Occulte.”
“Enchiridions, one for bishops, another for priests; a treatise entitled De l'obéissance et soumission due au Pape; and another called Traité des Hérésies.”
“Madeline Trait decided to make her sculpture for the program out of trash, both for practical and symbolic reasons.”
“Trait #4: Bush Believes in the Power of the Individual”
“Trait selection in babies "is a service," says Dr. Steinberg.”
“Trait-mediated interactions represent the nonlethal effects of predators, and contrast with the more traditional emphasis on lethal effects.”
“Trait-mediated interactions are very common in predator/prey interactions.”
“Trait-mediated cascades are not restricted to aquatic organisms or environments.”
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