Troyes

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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.

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)

Troyes

(trwɑ)

n.
a city in NE France, on the Seine. 64,769.
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The event took place in Troyes, France, at the Salle Omnisports.
In September the school was visited by its partner school from Troyes, France who spent time learning about their educational system.
3 Andouillette sausage, Troyes, France - A pale, lumpy, but nutty and sweet sausage made from pigs' intestines - although they do pong a bit.
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MeadWestvaco Corporation announced today that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Aries Packaging SA, a privately-held machinery manufacturer located in Troyes, France, which will become a unit of MeadWestvaco Packaging Systems.
European photographers, including Yvonne Nagele in March-Holzhausen, Germany, and Jean-Paul Tilliere in Troyes, France, mount the Condor in a Volkswagen Transporter van and Citroen Berlingo, respectively, to take pictures for architects, builders, real estate brokers, and town planning authorities.
Patricia Simpson's book skillfully analyzes how Marguerite Bourgeoys (1620-1700), a citizen of Troyes, France came to be a pivotal figure not only in the history of Canada but in the history of women within the Roman Catholic Church.