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 (pĭ-stoi′ə, pē-stō′yä)
A city of north-central Italy northwest of Florence. Settled by Romans in the 6th century bc, it was an important banking center in the 13th century ad and came under the influence of Florence in the 14th century.


(Italian pisˈtoːja)
(Placename) a city in N Italy, in N Tuscany: scene of the defeat and death of Catiline in 62 bc Pop: 84 274 (2001)


(piˈstɔ yɑ)

a city in N Tuscany, in N Italy. 93,516.
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She was a 1938 graduate of Missouri Baptist School of Nursing in St Louis, MO A Public Health nurse until she enlisted as an army nurse in 1941 Her multiple assignments included Fitssimmons Army Hospital, Denver as well as Algeria, No Africa and Pistoia, Italy As an Air Force spouse, she lived in many places both in the USA and abroad prior to retirement in Denver
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