Definitions for sabatierˌsɑ bɑˈtyeɪ

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Sa•ba•tierˌsɑ bɑˈtyeɪ(n.)

  1. Paul, 1854–1941, French chemist: Nobel prize 1912.

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  1. Sabatier

    Sabatier is the maker's mark used by several kitchen knife manufacturers—by itself it is not a registered brand name. The name Sabatier is considered to imply a high-quality knife produced by one of a number of manufacturers in the Thiers region of France using a fully forged process; the knives of some of these manufacturers are highly regarded. However, the name "Sabatier" came into use before intellectual property laws and is not protected; knives legally bearing the name range from high-quality knives made in France to cheap mass-produced products of poor quality from France and other countries; a registered logo or full name, or both, such as "65 Sabatier Perrier", is necessary to establish origin and quality.

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