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Coty

[koh-tee; French kaw-tee] /koʊˈti; French kɔˈti/
noun
1.
René Jules Gustave
[ruh-ney zhyl gys-tav] /rəˈneɪ ʒül güsˈtav/ (Show IPA),
1882–1962, president of France 1954–59.
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  • Mr. Coty took it, stared down at it, turned it over in his hands.

    Subversive Dallas McCord Reynolds
  • We would not pass Kit's Coty House without going near it to touch it, and to look at it curiously with our own eyes.

    The Old Road Hilaire Belloc
  • Shucks, Mr. Coty, practically none of that twenty-five cents you spend to buy a cake of soap goes for soap.

    Subversive Dallas McCord Reynolds
  • The man who had called himself Mr. Coty, dialed again, not bothering to light the screen.

    Subversive Dallas McCord Reynolds
  • In a field which we visit, not very far from Kit's Coty House, is another group of stones, called the "countless stones."

    A Week's Tramp in Dickens-Land William R. Hughes

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