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Pia

[ pee-uh ]

noun

  1. a female given name.


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Pia Mancini, a young political-science maven and one of the co-founders of the party, begins the meeting with a word: “anxious.”

But when Idol darling Pia suffered a shocking upset weeks later, the panel regretted saving Abrams.

Last week, the distant rumblings became a downpour after the dismissal of an early favorite, Pia Toscano.

Pia Ringheim Jensen, a former UPI correspondent in Copenhagen, is a freelance journalist living in Utah.

The suspects took a PIA flight from New York to Pakistan that evening.

Wingarterus iste infectus peste apud senatum nostrum, pia legatione.

A very slight watery effusion between the Pia Mater and Tunica arachnoidea.

Against neas himself, Dido invokes the waves of the Tyrrhene Sea, "si quid pia numina possunt."

In removing the pia mater, the convolutions of the brain were firm, and appeared natural.

All these contes dévots, and many others, you will find recorded in the Neustria Pia.

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