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Definition funny of Escot:
A reference term to the supermarket Tesco. Used by those who seek not to be associated with the sometimes lower class image of that store. (Created by removing the 'T' from Tesco to the end of the word.)
In conversation: Oh, we need some milk. I'll nip to Escots.
Books about Escot:
The Toxins and Venoms, and Their Antibodies by Pozzi-Escot, Marius Emmanuel published by Nabu Press (2010) [Paperback... (Mar 5, 2010)
POZZI-ESCOT Emmanuel Le pH force d'acidité et d'alcalinité by POZZI-ESCOT Emmanuel (1936)
POZZI-ESCOT E La radio-activité de la matière EDITION ORIGINALE by POZZI-ESCOT E. (1908)
Analyse Chimique Qualitative (1899) (French Edition) by Pozzi-Escot, Marius Emmanuel published by Kessinger Publishing... (Sep 24, 2009)
The Book of Ottery St Mary: With West Hill and Escot, the Birthplace of Samuel Taylor Coleridge (Halsgrove Parish... by Gerald Gosling and Peter J. Harris (Oct 2004)
APUESTA DE LA FILOSOFIA MEDIEVAL, LA ESTUDIOS TOMISTAS ESCOT by Andre de Muralt (2008)
The toxins and venoms. and their antibodies. by Em. Pozzi-Escot; by Pozzi-Escot. M. Emm. (Marius Emmanuel). b. 1880. (1906)
Wiki information Escot:
Escot is a commune in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department in south-western France.
Escot House is a privately owned 19th-century country house, the home of the Kennaway family, situated at Talaton, near Ottery St Mary, East Devon. It is a Grade II listed building. A house was built at Escot in 1678 for Sir Walter Yonge Bt by Robert...