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Coty

[ koh-tee; French kaw-tee ]

noun

  1. Re·né Jules Gus·tave [r, uh, -, ney, zh, y, l g, y, s-, tav], 1882–1962, president of France 1954–59.


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Coty Cosmetics CEO Sue Nabi tells Axios the beauty giant will “probably” introduce Coty-branded products one day.

From Axios

With online shopping booming, beauty company Coty knew it would have to take a new approach for its 2020 holiday campaigns.

From Digiday

Then I am going to carry Coty to the car line in a kind of triumphal march, because she is the rarest find that I have ever made.

We would not pass Kit's Coty House without going near it to touch it, and to look at it curiously with our own eyes.

Shucks, Mr. Coty, practically none of that twenty-five cents you spend to buy a cake of soap goes for soap.

The man who had called himself Mr. Coty, dialed again, not bothering to light the screen.

The young man with the brown paper bag said, "Is Mrs. Coty in?"

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