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piña

[pee-nyah; English peen-yuh] /ˈpi nyɑ; English ˈpin yə/
noun, plural piñas
[pee-nyahs; English peen-yuh z] /ˈpi nyɑs; English ˈpin yəz/ (Show IPA).
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  • He had unbounded faith in pina's devotion to him and in her severity as a chaperon.

    Stradella F(rancis) Marion Crawford
  • pina was making such preparations for her mistress's toilet as were possible.

    Stradella F(rancis) Marion Crawford
  • I could not tell any one else, but I think I can tell you, pina.'

    Stradella F(rancis) Marion Crawford
  • She did not finish the sentence, hoping that pina would really understand.

    Stradella F(rancis) Marion Crawford
  • While he was speaking, the door had closed softly and pina was gone.

    Stradella F(rancis) Marion Crawford
  • Stradella's man was scouring the town for horses, and pina was not within hearing.

    Stradella F(rancis) Marion Crawford
  • pina understood instantly, and drew back a step in consternation.

    Stradella F(rancis) Marion Crawford

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