from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In a fountain, a bowl, usually quite flat and shallow, which receives the water.
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Autour de la vasque de la fontaine, un million de fleurs plus de couleurs et de nuances que l'arc-en-ciel
Then we notice the tiny price sticker in the base of the vasque: "778 euros."
The water taps, with their four-prong handles and porcelain tops, read "chaud" and "froid" and are as charming as the delicate scalloped vasque* beneath them.
Spain has terrorism issues and do you see people advocating bombing or invasion of vasque regions?
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