Sabatier

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Sabatier

Paul . 1854--1941, French chemist, who discovered a process for the hydrogenation of organic compounds: shared the Nobel prize for chemistry (1912)
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I prefer the stainless steel Sabatier knives because they are very good.
Angus Robertson, the SNP's leader at Westminster, also claimed for a coffee maker, pounds 100 for Sabatier knives and a pounds 20 corkscrew and pounds 526 in bed linen.
Stellar has created a range of classic French-style Sabatier knives which make chopping and dicing effortless.
Secondly, the metal leaves were as sharp as Sabatier knives, and careless smokers were liable to circumcise their own fingertips while stubbing out their ciggies.
Underneath a glass case of Sabatier knives sit Eureka vacuum cleaners; underneath an OXO gadget assortment are ClickClack food storage containers.