Assezat

All Noun
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  • I have spoken of the old Hotel d'Assezat as the best house at Toulouse; with the exception of the cloister of the museum, it is the only "bit" I remember. Cited from A Little Tour In France, by Henry James
  • Except the church of Saint- Sernin and the fine old court of the Hotel d'Assezat, Toulouse has no architecture; the houses are for the most part of brick, of a grayish-red color, and have no particular style. Cited from A Little Tour In France, by Henry James
  • The edition of Diderot's works to which the references are made, is that in twenty volumes by the late Mr. Assezat and Mr. Maurice Tourneux. Cited from Diderot and the Encyclopaedists (Vol 1 of 2), by John Morley