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va·sal

(vā'săl),
Relating to a vas or to vasa.

vasal

(vā′səl, -zəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or connected with a vessel or duct of the body.

vasal

An obsolete adjective referring to a vas or vasa; ductular, vascular.

va·sal

(vā'săl)
Relating to a vas or to vasa.
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What's more, by shunning clean walls as well as wholesale transformation, Lacaton and Vassal at once flouted the two categories around which debates on contemporary art museums tend to turn: the white cube and heavy-handed "signature architecture.
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Hamashita greatly challenges the Western portrayal of a passive and static Asia and restores to Asia its due agency, particularly the agency of the vassal states in China's tribute system.
Opening his portfolio, Vassal produced a letter from the architectural and engineering firm of Hasbrouck Peterson Zimoch Sirirattumrong, which said that the building was mostly structurally sound.
Feudalism was further characterized by the localization of political and economic power in the hands of lords and their vassals and by the exercise of that power from the base of castles.
The original brief called for 15,150(m sup 2), to which Lacaton & Vassal added 4,430(m sup 2) of extra internal space and 8,000(m sup 2) of terraces, all on a budget of 17.
SIX centuries before Christ, Cyrus, the ruler of a small vassal kingdom,founded the great Persian empire.
The profiles of several hundred more varieties were added to the database, including a large number from the French national collection of the University of Montpellier, planted in Domaine de Vassal.
And not forgetting that middle Britain does not want to yield to the yoke of the un-elected ones, and become a vassal state of the European `so-called' Union.
The prospect of vassal status in a Franco-German condominium as staging-post to a Franco-German-Russian condominium is never going to be an attractive one.
Designed by architects Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal, the space was created to show the work of young artists.
Nega Mezlekia's rich, fanciful world of feudal lords, vassal serfs, rebel slaves and damsels in distress puts a fictional spin on 18th-century Ethiopian history.