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pisé

(ˈpiːzeɪ)
n
(Building) rammed earth or clay used to make floors or walls. Also called: pisé de terre
[C18: French, from past participle of piser, from Latin pisare to beat, pound]
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We were lucky at the PISAI to be able to invite as guest lecturers such well-known Catholics as George Anawati, Louis Gardet, and Roger Arnaldez, and Muslims such as Mohammed Arkoun, Abdelmajid Charfi, Ali Merad, and Abdelmajid Meziane.
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With their long-time commitment to Africa, the Missionaries of Africa, commonly known as White Fathers, maintain the PISAI in Rome.