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Parisian

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj Parisian of or relating to or characteristic of Paris or its inhabitants "Parisian restaurants can be expensive"
    • n Parisian a native or resident of Paris
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: The first Parisian cafe opened in 1689 to serve coffee.
    • n Parisian A native or inhabitant of Paris, the capital of France.
    • a Parisian Of or pertaining to Paris.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: When the Eiffel Tower was built in 1884, Parisians referred to it as "the tragic lamppost" and nearly universally hated it.
    • Parisian Of or pertaining to Paris, the chief city of France, or its inhabitants, etc.
    • n Parisian A native of or resident in Paris.
    • n Parisian In geology, in D'Orbigny's classification of the Tertiary of France, the upper stage of the Eocene lying above the basal or Suessonian, and comprising the Lutetian and Bartonian stages of De Lapparent's classification. It consists of sands, marls, clays, and limestones containing marine Eocene fossils below, with intercalated limestones and shales in its upper portion containing fresh-water shells and plants. Above these latter lie the Paris gypsum beds of Oligocene age.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: A Hawaiian stamp of 1851 with a face value of 2 cents was the sole reason Gaston Leroux, a Parisian philatelist, murdered its owner, Hector Giroux.
    • adj Parisian par-iz′i-an of or pertaining to Paris
    • n Parisian a native or resident of Paris:—fem. Parisienne′
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Cf. F. parisen,

Usage

In literature:

He is accused also of a deliberate intention to weaken the new legislature, in order to secure the preponderance of the Parisian clubs.
"Critical Miscellanies (Vol. 1 of 3)" by John Morley
The differences between English and Parisian colleges may best be realised by a reference to the statutes of some early Paris founders.
"Life in the Medieval University" by Robert S. Rait
Gambetta's ascent in the balloon relieved anxiety for a time, because every Parisian expected that help would come.
"Heroes of Modern Europe" by Alice Birkhead
One is the familiar Parisian way of the barricades.
"France and the Republic" by William Henry Hurlbert
She dressed perfectly, in quiet Parisian fashion.
"The Daughters of Danaus" by Mona Caird
The makers of Parisian fashions are not generally walkers.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 103, May, 1866" by Various
She possessed the elegance of a Parisian, the grace of a Creole, and the vivacity of an Italian.
"The Son of Monte-Cristo, Volume I (of 2)" by Alexandre Dumas père
She was one of those Parisian comets which leave, as it were, a trail of fire behind them.
"The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Volume VIII." by Guy de Maupassant
Father and daughter were much admired by Parisian social elite.
"Oswald Langdon" by Carson Jay Lee
I would not have a Parisian, because Parisian women alarm me.
"Artists' Wives" by Alphonse Daudet
Lafayette was establishing what order he could, riding about, pale and anxious, to arrange what was called the Parisian army.
"The Peasant and the Prince" by Harriet Martineau
The true Parisian lady has pretty well gone out of the business.
"Behind the Beyond" by Stephen Leacock
As to the Parisians, we shall see.
"A Girl of the Commune" by George Alfred Henty
The southern fire of the newcomers kindled again the flame of Parisian sedition, and the radicals fanned it.
"The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte" by William Milligan Sloane
A real Parisian baffles me completely.
"Gossamer" by George A. Birmingham
And you really think, my dear, you would like to taste some of those new Parisian dishes?
"Fairy Fingers" by Anna Cora Mowatt Ritchie
The Parisians, when they see your Majesty, will fight without hesitation.
"Memoirs of the Private Life, Return, and Reign of Napoleon in 1815, Vol. II" by Pierre Antoine Edouard Fleury de Chaboulon
The sight of these Parisianisms abashed Cassy no more than her appearance abashed Paliser.
"The Paliser case" by Edgar Saltus
Poof, those citizens do not know percale from a Parisian toilette.
"The Missourian" by Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
The habitations of the early Parisian were equally unlike those familiar to the Cook's tourist.
"Paris from the Earliest Period to the Present Day; Volume 1" by William Walton
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In poetry:

Long petticoats to hide the feet,
Silk hose with clocks of scarlet ;
A load of perfume, sick'ning sweet,
Bought of PARISIAN VARLET.
"Female Fashions for 1799" by Mary Darby Robinson
We know the hell of a Parisian street,
And Venice, cool in water and in stone;
The scent of lemons in the southern heat;
The fuming piles of soot-begrimed Cologne.
"The Scythians" by Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Blok
Humble Parisian bard, this infantile
Bouquet of rhymes I tender half in fear....
Be gracious, and in guerdon, on the dear
Red lips of One I know, alight and smile!
"Il Bacio" by Paul Verlaine
LET a Parisian prelate lead the van
Of worthies now advancing on the stage;
Surely 'twas his own mind the pious man
Pourtray'd, when Mentor's wisdom grac'd his page.
"Enigma XXX." by Elizabeth Hitchener
O nature, nature, thine the charm!
Thy colours woo, thy features warm,
Thy accents win the heart!
Parisian paint of every kind
That stains the body or the mind,
Proclaims the harlot's art.
"Ode to Women" by John Logan

In news:

Were there half a million or a million people marching in the Parisian drizzle on January 16.
Author Renee Gibbons in her Parisian boho model days.
Stairway to Heaven Designer Rebecca Minkoff relaxes rockstar-style in a two-floor NoHo loft filled with vintage instruments, Parisian postcards and love from her hubby and son.
The oh-so-French guitar heard throughout Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris is the work of the Parisian-born musician.
Cosmopolitan Fine Arts announces the opening of its February show, "Parisian Romance," on exhibit, Feb 1-29.
Parisians Bar and Lounge is located at 1900 US HWY 19.
The Parisian Bar and Lounge faced an uphill battle for an alcohol license.
S niffing and sipping is strongly encouraged at Parisian import Le Palais des Thés (194 Columbus Ave, nr 68th St.
Valerie Ramsey is signed with American and Parisian Modeling agencies, at age 72.
Matteo Messervy lights up his three-story Parisian loft.
Parisians rally in solidarity with Israel.
Abstract French painter Georges Mathieu passed away in a Parisian suburb on Sunday, age 91.
The coffeehouse and wine bar has a Parisian feel but an international menu.
Still, Parisians were pretty mad at Madonna over her short appearance at Olympia Club, which was a last- minute addition to her tour schedule, according to Britain's Mirror.
Symbols of undying love — though not in the view of Parisians — adorn Pont de l'Archevêché, in front of Notre Dame.
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In science:

The random walk is called Parisian walk, and its local time is de fined to be the number of exit from some regions.
Local Time in Parisian Walkways
An F-adapted complex valued process {Zt } is called Parisian (walk) if (i) it is a martingale starting from a point in Z[ζ ] ≡ {a + bζ : a, b ∈ Z}, and (ii) Zt+1 − Zt ∈ {1, ζ, ζ 2} for all t.
Local Time in Parisian Walkways
Thus, a Parisian walk is a random walk on Z[ζ ].
Local Time in Parisian Walkways
In this paper. local time of a Parisian walk is defined to be the number of exit from ¯A1, ¯A3 and ¯A5 .
Local Time in Parisian Walkways
For a Parisian walk Z, kZt k − Lt is a simple walk.
Local Time in Parisian Walkways
The point here is that Parisian walk is the right discrete analogue of planer Brownian motion.
Local Time in Parisian Walkways
Let {Zt } be a Parisian walk, and let f be a complex valued function on Z[ζ ].
Local Time in Parisian Walkways
Proposition 4 (A Tanaka formula for Parisian walks).
Local Time in Parisian Walkways
Now Theorem 1 follows easily from this version of Tanaka formula, by observing that P(ϕ∆Z + ψ∆ ¯Z ) is a Parisian walk, and real part of 2(1 − ζ 2 )Z ′ /3 is a simple walk whenever Z ′ is Parisian.
Local Time in Parisian Walkways
Descartes, both have their Parisian group of champions replaying and refueling the arguments.
Routine Controversies : Mathematical Challenges in Mersenne's Correspondence
For this, archetypes of the different types of road trafficking behavior on the Parisian highway network are built, using a hierarchical classification method.
Curve registration by nonparametric goodness-of-fit testing
In risk models of a Parisian nature, an implementation delay in the recognition of an insurer’s capital insufficiency is applied.
Occupation times of spectrally negative L\'evy processes with applications
More precisely, it is assumed that ruin occurs as soon as an excursion below a critical level is longer than a deterministic time; such models have been studied only very recently in [6, 7, 17] and the idea has been borrowed from finance and Parisian barrier options (see ).
Occupation times of spectrally negative L\'evy processes with applications
Of more interest in our context is the work by the same authors: in, instead of a deterministic delay, an exponentially distributed grace period is used in the definition of the Parisian ruin.
Occupation times of spectrally negative L\'evy processes with applications
More generally, using Itô’s excursion theory for spectrally negative Lévy processes, this Parisian risk model with exponential implementation delays can also be defined when the underlying surplus process has paths of unbounded variation.
Occupation times of spectrally negative L\'evy processes with applications
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