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Pipa

A Portuguese measure of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 420 liters. It became obsolete after Lusophone countries adopted the metric system in the 19th century.
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In the backdrop of Buner's fall, the PIPA team asked respondents how much confidence they have "in the way that the military is dealing with the Pakistan Taliban.
Similarly, Abdullah Karjagdiu, professor of English literature at the University of Prishtina, described the Catholic authors like Prennushi and Pipa as having
7); the paintings there are not "frescos" [sic] but executed a secco; and visual evidence from tomb steles shows that the pipa was used in ensembles at least a century earlier than 642.
It said, 'As communicated to you (Stone) at the LA board meeting, HE the President has reaffirmed the position of his Cabinet to fully close PIPA with immediate effect.
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SOPA and PIPA were troublesome not in aim but in overkill.
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The Web blackout led to widespread media coverage of the opposition to SOPA and PIPA.
PIPA Tofu sounds like a character from a children's novel - the tweely rebellious teenage daughter of hippy parents.
PIPA Director-General Jafar Hdaib said the conference aims at shedding light on the Palestinian small and medium-sized enterprises and familiarizing participations with plans to achieve economic and administrative reform.