Masson


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Mas·son

(mah-sawn[h]'),
Pierre, Canadian pathologist, 1880-1959. See: Masson-Fontana ammoniac silver stain. See entries under stain
References in classic literature ?
Masson, a painter, held to a doctrine of eternal recurrence that was petrifying.
Fyvie rounded off the scoring with a welltaken third in an assured display by the home side, with Daniel Higgins and Matty Smith also finding the net and Jamie Masson teeing up all three goals.
COVE Rangers star Jamie Masson says Saturday's League 2 clash at Stirling Albion is a "big one" for the Granite City side.
Terry Masson was brought down by Jamie Bain after a mix-up and Josh Skelly scored from the spot.
Masson's new novel, "When Paris Was Dark: A Sliver of WWII History," released by Dog Ear Publishing.
This mysterious person was James Lewis, who used the name Charles Masson and deserted after the gruesome Siege of Bharatpur in January 1826.
The plaque at Merthyr Tydfil Central Library celebrates the life of Ursula Masson, a feminist historian who was born in the town and who promoted the role of women in Wales.
Intravascular papillary endothelial hyperplasia (IPEH) (Masson's hemangioma or Masson's tumor) is an unusual benign vascular disease accounting for approximately 2% of all vascular tumors of the skin and the subcutaneous tissue.
Lee Masson became double squash and raquetball champion at Stirling LawnTennis and Squash Club recently.
Contract Notice: Public contract for the improvement of the hvac installations of the saint-gilles building and the square arthur masson building
Perthshire-born Tom Masson enjoyed a fruitful career on the Southern racing scene in the years following World War Two.
Dubai: Xavier Masson outclassed Michel Katrib 6-0, 6-1 to win the men's open crown at the inaugural Dubai Marine Beach Resort and Spa Men's Open Tennis that concluded earlier this week.