"How finely guyot humbugs you Americans with his slops," Gurowski said to me one day.
"At once, Captain," was the answer, and guyot went about the business.
Then she heard Charlot's voice curtly bidding guyot to reconduct the Marquise to her carriage.
The Count guyot, high in office, helped her from his own purse.
Dr guyot described the illness of the boy Albert and its result.
A series of journeys round the world, based on guyot's Introduction, with primary lessons.
But no one has done as much as Professor guyot to add precision to these investigations.
He became a contributor to the Observations sur les crits modernes of the abb guyot Desfontaines.
guyot came forward sheepishly, and a trifle unsteady in his gait.
guyot Marchant's mark represents leather-workers engaged at their trade, and above are a few musical notes.
"flat-topped submarine mountain," 1946, named for Swiss geographer/geologist Arnold Guyot (1807-1884).
A flat-topped, extinct submarine volcano having an elevation of over 1,000 m (3,280 ft) above the ocean floor. Guyots are thought to form as volcanos in sea-floor spreading zones and to become extinct as they move away from the spreading zones through plate tectonic forces. Their flat tops are believed to form by the erosional action of waves when they initially project above sea level.