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Online Encyclopedia
Originally appearing in Volume V04, Page 12 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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BISTRE, the French name of a brown paint made from the soot of wood, now largely superseded by Indian ink.
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BIT (from the verb " to bite," either in the sense ...

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