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Bri·quet

(brē-kā'),
Paul, French physician, 1796-1881. See: Briquet ataxia, Briquet disease, Briquet syndrome.
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Searching under 'crown' and 'Denis' in Briquet online, we were able to find a very similar watermark very quickly.
Since the Dragon-marked paper in the Beryn Scribe's manuscripts is mixed with runs of other paper dating to the mid-1440s, these paper stocks with the Dragon mark must be earlier than the examples collected and dated by Briquet and probably even earlier than the closest example recorded by Piccard, which dates from 1455.
THE BRIQUETS FEATURE AN ORIGINAL SHAPE AND GROOVES THAT EXPOSE MORE OF THE SURFACE AREA TO OXYGEN.
Following the formatting and editorial conventions of RILM Abstracts of Music Literature, as well as its classification structure, Speaking of Music is certainly easier to browse than Tyrell/Wise and potentially more familiar to readers than Briquet, but the subject index included at the end nevertheless remains an indispensable part of the access scheme.
Altosid XR briquets are used in most applications, such as swimming pools or catch basins.
Either too much or too little pressure can degrade briquet quality.
As each cavity passes beyond roll centerline, its two halves naturally move apart, allowing the formed briquet to slide out and discharge from the machine.
I began learning what a hallowed past the briquet has had.
The heat is on at the Kingsford charcoal briquet manufacturing plant in Springfield.
Contractor address : Rue Raoul Briquet, ZA du Chemy, CS 30320
Lot # 7: Size curtain avenues of plane trees on September 4, Raoul Briquet and place Roger Salengro
La Direction Generale de la Protection civile recommande egalement d'entreposer bien les chalumeaux, tabounas, les allumettes et les briquets et de les garder hors de la portee des enfants, de verifier la conformite du tuyau et du detendeur de gaz utilises pour relier la bouteille de gaz butane et la tabouna, de ne jamais laisser les chalumeaux et tabounas allumes sans surveillance et d'empecher les jeunes enfants de s'approcher du feu.