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Any of several plants of the genus Valerianella, especially a Eurasian annual (V. locusta) having small, white to pale bluish flowers and edible young leaves used in salads or as a potherb. Also called corn salad . Also called lamb's lettuce .
Origin of mache
French mâchefrom dialectal pomachefrom Vulgar Latin pōmascafrom Latin pōmumfruit (perhaps because of its slightly sweet taste)
For a selection of traditional papier mache masks, go to Masks and Make Believe, which has a wide selection of handcrafted masks, including seductive animal faces, jesters, Pinocchios and masks decorated with feathers and beads.
You can also find printable masks on many websites devoted to families and kids' crafts, such as these cut-outs for a lion, pumpkin, mouse, and cat.If you're feeling particularly ambitious, you can make a paper mache mask.
If you're crafty and know how to work with papier mache, you can design a really spectacular mask, but the easier way to go is to buy a half mask in a craft shop and decorate it as you like.
Meyer of Aarau and Muller of Engelberg in papier mache, now in Zurich.
It carries on considerable manufactures of faience, plush, velvet, leather, porcelain and earthenware, and is a chief depot for the papier-mache boxes, mostly snuff-boxes, which are made in great quantities in the neighbourhood.