Masson


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(mah-sawn[h]'),
Pierre, Canadian pathologist, 1880-1959. See: Masson-Fontana ammoniac silver stain. See entries under stain
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Masson, a painter, held to a doctrine of eternal recurrence that was petrifying.
Bollore seeks to develop transit mechanisms in the Suez Canal, according to Emmanual Masson, the Project and New Business Lines director at French company Bollore Transport and Logistics.
Diane Masson, author of "Your Senior Housing Options," discovered there are few resources to guide seniors and their families through the choppy waters of choosing senior housing.
City nabbed two goals in the last 12 minutes, a disputed penalty from Bobby Barr and a wonderful freekick by Jamie Masson.
Allan Masson, 43, was on his way to a court case when he ran into 69-year-old Joseph Leghorn, who was waving down traffic to warn about the state of the road.
The new Masson Family Endowment and Masson Family First Nations Transition Program Award at the University of Lethbridge will support both the university's First Nations Transition Program as well as individual FNTP students.
Assistant head Alec Masson is inviting parents of pupils aged 15 and 16 doing GCSEs this summer to drop in.
MASSON, Sophie Scarlet in the Snow Random House, 2013 318pp $17.
Dubai: Spain's Carlota Ciganda won the 2012 Ladies European Tour Order of Merit despite a heroic last-gasp effort from second-placed Caroline Masson of Germany in Dubai on Saturday.
Order of Merit leader Carlota Ciganda began with a 70, while German Caroline Masson, PS26,000 behind in second place, had a 68 to be in a share of sixth spot, along with a group of players including Bridgend's Lydia Hall, bidding for her second Tour win of the season.
Summary: Melanie Masson talks to us about her departure from The X Factor.
French born, Belgian raised, and seriously wounded, mentally and physically, in World War I, Masson had, by the 1920s, entered the circle of artists drawn to theories of automatism.