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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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AS SKEPTICAL AS THEY ARE of the presumed role of architecture, Lacaton and Vassal do not reject building outright.
The letter had not been filed at the last hearing, said Vassal, explaining that the pastor of the Abundant Life World Outreach Ministry was sick and the wrong lawyer showed up.
According to the Marxian definition, the three elements which characterize feudalism are: lords, vassals and fiefs.
Like a pedagogical tool, the project questions the programme and practices of the school as much as the norms, technologies and its own process of elaboration,' says Vassal.
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.
The discovery, with what seems miraculous skill and luck, of Eshnunna, an ancient vassal city of Ur, and it's complex uncovering of horizontal layers of building, 30 foot down, sorted into their periods, combed in minutest detail, it was heady work.
Richmond, Bid the Vassal Soar [Washington: Howard UP, 1974]).
Accordingly, Pattison's interpretation of the three gifts the Cid sends to the King differs from that of Lacarra, who stresses that they are gifts, not the tribute a vassal would feel obligated to give to his lord.
This little gem, like the two graces by Clemens non Papa, a lively dance-song by Vassal and the final moving madrigal by Costeley, reflect some exciting new discoveries, balancing the generous space given to established favourites like the five chansons of Orlande de Lassus.