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- n. Alternative form of pancheon.
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Alfred was kneeling on the hearthrug, stripped to the waist, washing himself in a large panchion of earthenware.
Then he remained rigid and submissive, his two arms thrust straight in the panchion, supporting the weight of his shoulders.
Then he went to the scullery, wetted his hands, scooped the last white dough out of the panchion, and dropped it in a baking-tin.
Then from the red earthenware panchion of dough that stood in a comer she took another handful of paste, worked it to the proper shape, and dropped it into a tin.
Mrs. Morel took a panchion, a great bowl of thick red earth, streamed a heap of white sugar into the bottom, and then, straining herself to the weight, was pouring in the liquor.
The poem was finished; he took the bread out of the oven, arranging the burnt loaves at the bottom of the panchion, the good ones at the top.
Then from the red earthenware panchion of dough that stood in a corner she took another handful of paste, worked it to the proper shape, and dropped it into a tin.