from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In heraldry, same as mullet.
- n. A small steel roller upon the surface of which is cut a pattern, in relief, which is pressed into the surface of a copper printing-cylinder of a calico-printing machine.
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Découvrir la vie des personnages à coups de souris à molette ou de descente d'ascenseur ne me tente guère.
Mullett, [Footnote: A five-pointed star, Old Fr. molette, rowel of a spur.]
A good example of a non-Champagne sparkler from France, this wine is made from chardonnay, chenin blanc and local white grape varieties, altesse and molette, grown in the Alpine foothills southeast of Lyon.
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