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pipi

(ˈpɪpiː)
n, pl pipi or pipis
(Animals) any of various shellfishes, esp Plebidonax deltoides of Australia or Mesodesma novae-zelandiae of New Zealand
[Māori]
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Pipis said that the zoo's operation licence has been renewed for another five years.
Pipis are an important commercial and recreational fishing species in South Australia, and the commercial fishery has developed rapidly during the past 15 years in response to a growing human consumption market, he said.
Gwenno Dafydd loves to sip a cappuccino and munch on a delicious chocolate cake and watch the world go by from Pipis, Church Street, in Cardiff city centre "They do everything chocolaty that you could possibly think of - it is my idea of heaven," said Gwenno, a song writer who lives in Pontcanna, with her husband and teenage son.
The morning of his arrival at the Mount, his friend Elizabeth--whom he called Peter but here refers to as K had been down to the beach to collect pipis and had put them in a bowl of water where they were confidently feeding on the flour sprinkled on the surface.
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Woodcock A, Lowe LA, Murray CS, Simpson BM, Pipis SD, Kissen P, et al, 2004.
Some of the women made for the mangroves while the others searched on the exposed mud bars of low tide for mussels and pipis.
Renee Pipis, 407 East Fort #407 (313) 963-2155 Detroit, MI 48226-2956 www.
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Stella with her new piano loaded on an old truck becomes a strong visual metaphor as she carries the preferred musical instrument of the westernized Greek middle class through the lower-class neighborhoods of Athens' in search of Pipis, the pianist.
I commend my fellow board members for being so engaged and transparent and for initiating bold cost-cutting measures and efficiencies," said WCAA Board Chair Renee Pipis Axt.