- a female given name.
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Examples from the Web for pia
Pia Mancini, a young political-science maven and one of the co-founders of the party, begins the meeting with a word: “anxious.”Argentina’s Drag & Drop Democracy
March 12, 2014
But when Idol darling Pia suffered a shocking upset weeks later, the panel regretted saving Abrams.Top 9 WTF Moments From American Idol 2011
The Daily Beast Video
May 26, 2011
Last week, the distant rumblings became a downpour after the dismissal of an early favorite, Pia Toscano.The American Idol Implosion
April 12, 2011
Pia Ringheim Jensen, a former UPI correspondent in Copenhagen, is a freelance journalist living in Utah.Waiting for the Firing Squad
Pia Ringheim Jensen
June 17, 2010
The suspects took a PIA flight from New York to Pakistan that evening.Holbrooke's Dangerous Game in Pakistan
February 4, 2009
Nor had Pia given her directly the smallest hint of its having ever existed.
Miss Tibbutt had let her work fall, and was gazing round-eyed at Pia.
It was now quite plain to her mind that Pia must have made it too.
Had not Pia had practical proof of the unworkableness of those theories?
Anyhow she had not given Pia the smallest hint as to why she was coming.
- The pia mater.
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