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  1. Tourette, Gilles de la Tourette, Georges Gilles de la Tourette(noun)

    French neurologist (1857-1904)


  1. Tourette

    The Tourette was a microcar by Carr Brothers of Purley, London, England between 1956 and 1958. It had a three-wheeled, rounded body that was available either in alloy on an ash frame, or in fibreglass. The car was powered by a two-stroke 197 cc Villiers engine driving through a four-speed gearbox with optional Dynastart reverse. Top speed was claimed to be 55 mph. The single rear wheel was mounted in a pivotel fork. Front-wheel movement was controlled by hydraulically damped spring units. Final drive was by chain. A single bench seat provided accommodation for two adults and a child with some luggage space behind the seat. Approximate weight, fully equipped, was 500 lb. Fuel tank capacity was 2.25 imperial gallons. In 1958, the purchase price, was £386 10s 5d. Only 26 are believed to have been produced.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Tourette in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Tourette in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of Tourette in a Sentence

  1. Rebecca Clampett:

    We can teach our children to own it and stand up for it and to educate people on it, we are very unapologetic about his diagnosis. I want to raise awareness for every child who goes through this, Rebecca Clampett said. In the video, which Rebecca Clampett also shared on YouTube, Gavin's sister explains Tourette’s is a neurological disorder which means it affects the brain in which a person makes unwanted sounds or movements.

  2. Katy Gough:

    Tourette's is a condition that waxes and wanes.

  3. Emily Davies:

    Katy's Tourette's has become less prominent now, but I honestly don't think she would be the confident, inspirational woman she is now without her conditions.

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