[ri-shey; French ree-she]
- Charles Ro·bert [sharl raw-ber] /ʃarl rɔˈbɛr/, 1850–1935, French physician: Nobel prize 1913.
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"Listen to what Richet says in confession of his perplexity," I called out, soothingly.
Miller faced them all stubbornly: "And yet even Richet may have been deceived."
We have our own observation, joined to the report of Crookes and Richet.The Tyranny of the Dark
No one, save Professor Richet, knew of the foregoing details.
This is what Myers advisedthis is what Lodge and Richet advised.
Richet(rĭ-shā′, rē-shĕ′)Charles Robert 1850-1935
- French physiologist. He won a 1913 Nobel Prize for the discovery of anaphylaxis.