Saucisson

Saucisson, or `saucisson sec,` is a variety of thick, dry cured sausage that originates in France. Typically made of pork, or a mixture of pork and other meats, saucisson are a type of charcuterie similar to salami or summer sausage. == Origin == Saucisson comes from the Latin salsus meaning salted. It is sometimes called saucisse s├Ęche. There .....
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Saucisson

• (n.) Alt. of Saucisse
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Saucisson

A saucisson was a form of fuse, in the form of a long and slender pipe or bag, made of cloth soaked in pitch, or of leather, filled with gunpowder. It was used to communicate fire to mines, caissons, bomb chests, etc.
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Saucisson

[pyrotechnics] In early military engineering, a saucisson (French for a large, dry-filled sausage) was a primitive type of fuse, consisting of a long tube or hose of cloth or leather, typically about an inch and half in diameter (37 mm), damp-proofed with pitch and filled with black powder. It was normally laid in a protective wooden trough...
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saucisson

large dried sausage
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Saucisson

dry sausage.
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