Saint-Étienne

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Saint-É·tienne

 (săN-tā-tyĕn′)
A city of southeast-central France southwest of Lyon. It was historically noted for its production of silk and ribbons.
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Saint-Étienne

(French sɛ̃tetjɛn)
n
(Placename) a town in E central France: a major producer of textiles and armaments. Pop: 178 530 (2007 est)
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