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mia mia

(ˈmiːə ˈmiːə)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a native Australian's hut
[from a native Australian language]
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Vin's tour is scheduled to finish on Friday at a folk festival in the farming community of Mia Mia.
Co-founded by Danish photographer Mia Mia Grondahl, who has published several books about street art in the Middle East, WOW is funded by the Cultural Development Organization in Denmark and the Egyptian Dialogue Institute.
Firefighting capabilities in central Victoria have been boosted by the opening of a new fire station in Mia Mia and the delivery of a new tanker to the local brigade.
The Mia Mia and District Fire Brigade was formed in 1930 and currently has 73 members.
In response to the dire living circumstances in the camp, Nab (Development Action Without Borders) a nonprofit organization, carried out a rapid assessment of the Palestinian camps of Al-Buss, Rashidieh, Burj Shamali, Ain al-Hilweh, Mia Mia, Nahr al-Bared and Beddawi, as well as two refugee gatherings in Tyre.
Italian restaurant, Mia Mia, is also set to open for business soon.
Mia Mia displays a contemporary image with subtle yet enticing black and white interiors.
MIA Mia is a one-year-old cat who lives with Norah Wilson in Bannockburn, Stirling.
Even in my first few months in Libya, when I could say little more than 'left', 'right' and 'straight on', every taxi driver assured me that my Arabic was mia mia (100%) Some were even kind enough to fake incredulity when I told them I had only been in Libya for two months.
The Royal Federation of Aero Clubs of Australia was formed in 1926 to promote aviation, after Victoria s John Duigan made the nation s first flight in an Australian-designed aircraft at Mia Mia, near Kyneton, in 1910.