Cassel brown
Cassel brown Cas"sel brown, Cassel earth Cas"sel earth . A brown pigment of varying permanence, consisting of impure lignite. It was found originally near Cassel (now Kassel), Germany. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • Cassel brown — I. noun see vandyke brown II. noun see vandyke brown * * * (sometimes l.c.) See Vandyke brown. Also called Cassel earth. [1855 60; named after CASSEL] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cassel brown — (sometimes l.c.) See Vandyke brown. Also called Cassel earth. [1855 60; named after CASSEL] * * * …   Universalium

  • cassel brown — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cassel earth — Cassel brown Cas sel brown, Cassel earth Cas sel earth . A brown pigment of varying permanence, consisting of impure lignite. It was found originally near Cassel (now Kassel), Germany. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Cassel yellow — a lemon yellow color. [1880 85; see CASSEL BROWN] * * * …   Universalium

  • cassel yellow — ˈkasəl , ˈä noun Usage: often capitalized C 1. : an oxychloride of lead approximately PbCl2.7PbO used as a pigment called also mineral yellow, Turner s yellow 2. : lemon yellow 1b * * * a lemon yellow color. [1880 85; see CASSEL BROWN] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cassel yellow — noun see lemon yellow * * * a lemon yellow color. [1880 85; see CASSEL BROWN] …   Useful english dictionary

  • cassel earth — noun see cassel brown …   Useful english dictionary

  • Don Cassel — (born April 4, 1942)[1] is the author/coauthor of 60 Canadian college textbooks and was a Humber College professor for 30 years, responsible for developing the college s first Computer Programming curriculum. Contents 1 Career 2 Publications 3 …   Wikipedia

  • Matt Cassel — This article is about the NFL player. For the American soccer (association football) player, see Matt Kassel. Matt Cassel At a game in Denver in January, 2010. No. 7     Kansas City Chiefs …   Wikipedia

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