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Richet

[ ri-shey; French ree-she ]
/ rɪˈʃeɪ; French riˈʃɛ /
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noun
Charles Ro·bert [sharlraw-ber], /ʃarl rɔˈbɛr/, 1850–1935, French physician: Nobel prize 1913.
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Richet
[ rĭ-shā, rē-shĕ ]
Charles Robert 1850-1935

French physiologist. He won a 1913 Nobel Prize for the discovery of anaphylaxis.
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