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Troyes

 (trwä)
A city of northeast France on the Seine River east-southeast of Paris. A pre-Roman town, it was a prosperous commercial center in the Middle Ages and was noted for its annual fairs, which set standards of weights and measures for much of Europe.
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Troyes

(French trwa)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in NE France: became prosperous through its great fairs in the early Middle Ages. Pop: 63 044 (2006)
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Troyes

(trwɑ)

n.
a city in NE France, on the Seine. 64,769.
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