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Porro somniaverunt somnium uterque ipsorum, puisque somnium suum nocte eadem: singuli secundum interpretationem somnii sui, princerna et pistor qui fuerant regi Aegypti, qui erant vincti in domo carceris.
Fuit autem, posthaec peccaverunt pincerna regis AEgypti, et pistor contra dominum suum regem.
Hence the names _pistor_ and _pistrinum_, a baker and baker's shop, which are derived from _pinsere_, to pound.
Dublin Diocese, but more probably a baker (pistor) of Wexford -- executed for harbouring Baltinglass and Father Rochford, S.J. + 1581: Robert Meyler, Edward Cheevers, John O'Lahy, and Patrick
One of the last which did so was that of the _Pfister_ or bakers (Latin, _pistor_), and this had only been done
(_pingere_), soon became a very important and flourishing section of the plebs, though never held in high repute; and in connexion with the distributions of corn some of them probably rose above the level of the small tradesman, like the _pistor redemptor_, Marcus Vergilius