OTHER WORDS FROM PisaPisan, adjective, noun
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How to use Pisa in a sentence
Ranalli was working with the Technical Commission for Restoration in Pisa, Italy, as a microbiology expert consulting on microorganisms that damage works of art.
On Friday, he physically shooed away Nick Pisa, an Anglo-Italian reporter who writes for a variety of British publications.
A year later he visited Italy, and made acquaintance with Berigard de Pisa.Devil-Worship in France|Arthur Edward Waite
He studied at the university of Pisa, where his attention was turned to mineralogy and botany.
But nothing, as it seems to me, and certainly not so modern a place as Viareggio, will keep you long from Pisa.
It was on the sea that the future of Pisa lay, like the glory of the sun that in its splendour and pride passes away too soon.
Only Pisa, glorying in the strength of the sea and the splendour of war, was Ghibelline, with Siena on her sunny hills.