See also:action of making, hence the shape or
See also:form which anything takes in the
See also:process of making . It is thus used in the sense of the
See also:pattern, kind, sort, manner or mode in which a thing is done . It is particularly used of the
See also:common or customary way in which a thing is done, and so is applied to the manner or
See also:custom prevalent at or characteristic of a particular
See also:period, especially of the manner of
See also:dress, &c., current at a particular period in any
See also:rank of society, for which the French
See also:term is modes (see
See also:COSTUME) .
FASCINE (from the Lat. fascina, fascis, a bundle of...
FASHODA (renamed, 1904, K000K)
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