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Tis·sot

(tē-sō'),
Jules, early 20th-century French physiologist. See: Tissot spirometer.
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Tissot will implement a new shot clock, one of the most essential features of the game, and, as Official Watch, will create a collection dedicated to the League and their teams.
Today, Tissot is the first ever to be the Official Timekeeper and Watch of the NBA, Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), and NBA Development League (NBA D-League).
Also, 72 cold chain technicians from the ministry and partners have been trained on vaccine and cold chain management," said Tissot.
Expected to open in mid-August, the Tissot store will be located in New York City's Rockefeller center neighborhood.
They stole a Tissot silver stainless steel woman's watch, two pairs of gold hoop earrings, a set of pearl drop earrings, an 18ct gold snake chain, a white gold half eternity ring, a Calvin Klein woman's steel watch, a 9ct white gold chain with diamond pendant, at two pairs of silver cuff links and a pair of tri-colour 'creole' earrings.
Confirmed speakers: Armando Castelar (Fundacao Getulio Vargas, Brazil); Edward Glab (SIPA Global Energy Security Forum); Jonathan Heath (Universidad Panamericana, Mexico); Mario Marconini (Teneo Strategy, Brazil); Alvaro Moreno (Consejo Privado de Competitividad, Colombia); John Price (Americas Market Intelligence, Miami); Roberto Salinas Leon (Mexico Business Forum) Jeffrey Schott (Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington) and Roger Tissot (Tissot Associates, Canada).
The three-hour show, part of Yesudas@50 World Tour 2012 commemorating his golden jubilee in playback singing, was organised by Tissot Watches and Watch Corner, a division of leading Qatari business house Marzooq Al Shamlan & Sons (MSS), with Gulf Times as media sponsor.
Tissot Watches & Watch Corner, a division of M/s Marzooq Al Shamlan & Sons, will sponsor the event.
The French Consul General in Erbil, Frederic Tissot, yesterday hosted a reception to celebrate Bastille Day, France's National Day.
It features works by Degas, Morisot, Tissot, Gauguin, Debucourt, Toulouse-Lautrec and Cassatt and runs through Sept.
Goodbye on the Mersey, by the Victorian artist James Tissot, shows a middle-class family saying farewell to relatives bound for America on an imposing transatlantic liner.
But for the Venezuelan government, Tissot noted: "There aren't many alternatives.