American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Sisley, Alfred 1839-1899. British-born French impressionist painter noted for his outdoor scenes, including Boat During the Flood (1876).
“Kostova periodically utters "Sisley" and "Monet", describes paintings in laboured detail and offers a tenuous historical link through the epistolary narrative.”
“LondonCityAir: Nuance duty free - launch their latest Sisley product range at @LondonCityAir.”
“He admits to trying the avalanche of new products that sweep across his desk – face scrubs, foot lotions and hair fudge, among other products – and is keen on a new Sisley face cream that costs £210 a pot, and lasts about six weeks.”
“Civil search warrants are the proper tool to seek out the lousy boarding-room housing in the U-District, or the notorious dumps owned by Sisley in Roosevelt.”
“Mr. Quinn, 49 years old, is a partner and managing director for CreativeFeed, an agency that handles marketing for luxury brands like Bordeaux and Sisley beauty products.”
“Poolside, I always use a combination of Sisley sun-care products, which are scented with a mix of essential oils and geranium extracts that repels mosquitoes.”
“Hugh Sisley, the notorious landlord who was hit with a $75,000 fine in 2007 for failing to maintain housing he owns in Roosevelt, sued the city late last week for “civil rights violations” over city inspections of his properties.”
““Defendant City of Seattle has unilaterally, and unlawfully assessed fees against Mr. and Mrs. Sisley for ‘tenant relocation expenses,’ and then refused to dismiss these fees or even respond to their requests.””
“Of course, the unmaintained Sisley properties in Roosevelt really need to go at this point.”
“Harry Sisley of Kilburn, aged 10, drowned in attempting to save his brother”
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