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Tissot

[tee-soh] /tiˈsoʊ/
noun
1.
James Joseph Jacques
[zham zhaw-zef zhahk,, zheymz] /ʒam ʒɔˈzɛf ʒɑk,, ʒeɪmz/ (Show IPA),
1836–1902, French painter.
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  • 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 Spell of Switzerland Nathan Haskell Dole
  • The older accounts of Daux and Tissot seem less trustworthy.

    Ancient Town-Planning F. Haverfield
  • It is evident that Tissot was not only the physician to all these great people; they were proud to own him as a friend.

    The Spell of Switzerland Nathan Haskell Dole
  • This whole observation on the pharmaceutic value of pride of the meadows is taken from Tissot's "Traité sur les Nerfs."

    Titan: A Romance v. 1 (of 2) Jean Paul Friedrich Richter
  • In Tissot's translation, hevristisch is rendered by heuristique; in Mantovani's, by evristico; in Born's, by heuristicus.

  • So Kant, Tissot, and other writers of that school, would affirm.

  • Then ignoring Mercier, but looking blandly at the young man who sat facing him at the table, "What is this of Tissot?"

    The Long Night Stanley Weyman
  • Unwarned, he had acted it is probable as Tissot had acted, weakly and stormily: warned, he had no excuse if he failed her.

    The Long Night Stanley Weyman
British Dictionary definitions for Tissot

Tissot

/ˈtɪsəʊ/
noun
1.
James Joseph Jacques. 1836–1902, French painter and etcher, best known for scenes of fashionable Victorian life painted in England
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