Paris line

Par·is line

(par'is līn),
a unit of microscopic measurement as used in Kölliker's Mikroskopische Anatomie; it was equal to 0.0888138 of an inch.

Paris line

An obsolete, non-SI (International System) unit of length measuring 2.26 mm, formerly used in light microscopy.
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Berry is an owner of the Scandale Paris line and said she plays a hands-on role in design, declaring, ''I think I have a pulse on what American women want.
Fish Fry is the diffusion label inspired by our main Paris line.
He says the company recently introduced the Athens XL model, which is wider than the company's Paris line of merchandisers.
Z-Line speaks with a French accent, debuting its Paris line in metal and tempered glass.
The operation was designed to find out whether Isabel was pushed or fell from the overnight service on the Toulouse to Paris line as she was making her way home to Staffordshire last October.
The partially-clothed body of Miss Peake, who was studying at the University of Limoges, was found lying by the rails of the main Limoges to Paris line near the tiny village of Chabenet.
Garcia was one of five Sheffield players to cross the Paris line as the South Yorkshire side picked up a morale boosting Super League win after a poor start.
Based on the findings, chiefly a very high name recogrution, they approached Pierre Cardin who owns the name to obtain the rights for a Maxim's de Paris line of coffees, teas, and powdered chocolates
In addition to Empire, its archival pattern, Gien offered a Christmas collection, Joyeux Noel and extensions to its Joli Paris line of "fashion plates.
These will include Blachere Limoges, new Laure Japy Paris line extensions, flatware and silverware from Barenthal and Chambly.