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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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and Martin A, were representatives of the recycling arm of Vassal EKO.The two police officers were charged with receiving bribes and the civilians with paying bribes.
But the forced quiescence of the Euroskeptics makes it more certain that May will negotiate a 'vassal state' transition that evolves into the Euroskeptics' nightmare of an inescapable 'Hotel California,' based on the Norway model.
Take, for example, Lacaton and Vassal's project for Place Leon Aucoc, a small triangular square in Bordeaux, France.
"Offering ductile and gray iron in these very large castings, with up to 10 molds per hour, is a somewhat unique proposition," said Vassal. "Customers want the same standards they have come to expect from all our global operations, and our new capabilities and capacity mean that we can now offer this with large castings.
Ryukyu was one of the vassal states maintaining the closest tributary relationship with China and remaining the best documented state in the system, thanks to Ryukyu's official document, Lidai baoan 1424-1867.
"There were chandeliers with Stars of David on them," said Vassal. It was the biggest synagogue in the community, holding 35 Torah scrolls, according to Irving Cutler, an amateur historian of Chicago Jewry.
At the same time, the landlord is also a vassal, a personal subordinate of a higher-level noble or of the sovereign, who recognizes the landlord's feudal authority in exchange for military service.
Chapter 14 describes the political structure of the kingdom of Zimri-Lim, and chapter 15 does the same about Mari and its vassal kingdoms.
Sister of William Dolan of Florida, Sheila Vassal and her husband Steven of Norwood and Charles Dolan.
Jean-Philippe Vassal once memorably remarked that 'air and flowers' were the two most important things in Lacaton & Vassal's work.
It was a vassal state of Assyria, yet Urartu held some claims over it.
If Israel seeks, as some right-wing Israelis now advocate, to "solve" the Palestinian problem by ethnic cleansing, the "role" of our chief executive is to "support the decision." The American president should consider himself a vassal of Israel's parliament.