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PISA

Primary idiopathic sideroblastic anemia, see there.
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In the great days of Pisan independence, it was the political heart of the city, and at one entrance stood the famous Torre di Fame where (in the late 13th century) Ugolino della Gherardesca was starved to death along with his sons and grandsons.
From the late ninth century, Pisan vessels had been raiding North Africa and defending the South.
Maria la Fossa center, with Women's Port and Palumbo Port, where during the Early Middle Ages a Pisan jmerchants colony settled (Bova, 2007).
Undertaken in 1941 when he was increasingly losing his grip (as evidenced all too dramatically by the logorrhea of his wartime radio broadcasts), Pound's English rendering of Moscardino, particularly in those passages where the lunatic grandfather reminisces, prepared the way for the great theater of memory he would enact in the Pisan Cantos four years later.
When the project of closing off the Fiumemorto canal had been completed on 7 March, (66) Machiavelli was ordered to Piombino to negotiate the surrender of the seaport through Jacopo d'Appiano, lord of Piombino, who had been charged by the Pisans to act as intermediary in the talks.
In mid-April, three hundred Pisans are reported to have gathered in front of the Palace of the Anziani pleading that they were dying of hunger and tired of waiting for a help that never arrived.
Its zenith occurred in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries when, under Pisan patronage, it accommodated families who specialised in the extraction and working of copper, lead and silver.
This is a pocket version of the elegant Pisan churches of Elba and Corsica.
As a result, the League members supported Pisan liberty.