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The explanation revealed that I should have asked a different question, but also allowed me to find the answers without additional help. If I could grade this higher than a "4" I would. 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
Explanation: The fact that it is in a capital letter would lead me to believe that it could be a last name and as such would go untranslated; if it is to be translated then I would agree with the other colleague that it means somebody from Pisa. Without the remaining text it is hard to say; good luck-Pat C.
Pasquale Capo Canada Local time: 10:25 Native speaker of: Italian, English PRO pts in pair: 758