Definition of Monnet
1. Noun. French economist who advocated a Common Market in Europe (1888-1979).
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Literary usage of Monnet
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1. Memoirs and Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh, Second Marquess of by Robert Stewart Castlereagh, Charles William Vane Londonderry (1851)
"General Monnet told me, in plain terms, what the real situation of Flushing ... I can at all times see General Monnet; Litchfield is but seventy miles from ..."
2. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"... with manganese dioxide or by passing the vapour of the hydrocarbon over manganese dioxide heated to 210°- 250° (Gilliard, Monnet and Cartier, ..."
3. The Grant and Validity of British Patents for Inventions by James R. Roberts (1903)
"Monnet v. BECK, 14 RPC 777. Construction — Erroneous Theory. In 1892 a patent (No. 4677) was granted to P. Monnet for an invention of ..."