See also:fine textile fabric interwoven with gold and
See also:silver threads, hence used of any delicate or gauzy fabric (see GOLD AND SILVER
See also:THREAD) . It Was also early applied, as in French, to a ribbon, fillet or various forms of
See also:woven ligaments . In
See also:biology the word is of general use for an aggregate of cells forming a texture or fabric; in animal anatomy it is thus applied to the
See also:primary layers of which the parts are composed, and named by some qualifying word denoting its substance or its use (see CONNECTIVE TISSUE and
See also:EPITHELIAL, ENDOTHELIAL AND GLANDULAR TISSUE) .
PIERRE FRANCOIS TISSOT (1768–1854)
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