- James Jo·seph Jacques [zham zhaw-zef zhahk, zheymz] /ʒam ʒɔˈzɛf ʒɑk, ʒeɪmz/, 1836–1902, French painter.
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Examples from the Web for tissot
Tissot of Lausanne aspired to be the medical adviser of the common people.Lausanne
Francis Henry Gribble
And this is a fragment of a passage from Tissot, on the subject of monomania.Sleep and Its Derangements
William A. Hammond
He did not live in it long, and it passed into the hands of Dr. Tissot.
The older accounts of Daux and Tissot seem less trustworthy.Ancient Town-Planning
It is evident that Tissot was not only the physician to all these great people; they were proud to own him as a friend.
- James Joseph Jacques. 1836–1902, French painter and etcher, best known for scenes of fashionable Victorian life painted in England
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