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Tissot

James Joseph Jacques. 1836--1902, French painter and etcher, best known for scenes of fashionable Victorian life painted in England
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Invitation to tender : Bienne, Tissot Arena, places de parc exterieures, nord et sud, travaux de jardinage
The long-term agreement between CBA and Tissot starts now and will go on for the next five years, covering all games of the CBA League, including the play-offs and the hugely successful annual CBA All-Star Game.
In 2008, Tissot became the Official Timekeeper of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA).
FAO and MLFI have been working hard to re-establish the central cold chain in order to get the vaccines to all parts of South Sudan" said Serge Tissot, the FAO country representative.
Items taken include this 18ct gold Swiss wrist watch, left, with a brown crocodile strap and pin buckle, an engraved gold Tissot watch and other antique pieces.
The Tissot Chemin des Tourelles Skeleton takes its name from the place in which it was created.
Roberson's addition of the line strengthens its collection of watch brands, a collection that includes Breitling, Tissot, Philip Stein and Tag Heuer.
Swatch, the world's largest watch group, makes Omega, Longines and Tissot watches, as well as Swatch-branded watches.
Swiss Watchmaker Tissot announced it will open its first ever watch boutique in the United States, at 666 Fifth Avenue.
The haul also included six men's and women's watches with brands such as Tag Heuer, Giorgio Armani, Tissot and Seksy.
Among the items taken was a pair of Tiffany earrings, a wedding ring, an engagement ring, three pearl necklaces, a woman's Tissot watch, two gold watches, a gold ring with sapphires and diamonds on it and a number of gold bangles and gold necklaces.
Tissot reveals the inner workings of its expertise with the T-Complication Squelette.