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Pi·af

 (pē-äf′, pē′äf′), Edith Originally Edith Giovanna Gassion. 1915-1963.
French cabaret singer best remembered for her world-weary vocal style, heard in recordings such as "La Vie en rose" (1946).

Piaf

(French pjaf)
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(Biography) Edith (edit), real name Edith Giovanna Gassion, known as the Little Sparrow, 1915–63, French singer
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Noun1.Piaf - French cabaret singer (1915-1963)
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In a move to address the exploding mobile telecommunications market in Japan, Eicon Networks, a global leader in Secure Internet Connectivity, today announced the availability of support for PIAFS (Personal Handyphone System Internet Access Forum Standard) for their DIVA Server line of communications cards.
Mapletree's new software, together with the company's Universal Access Modules, makes it easy to add high-quality voice and high-speed PIAFS data services to PHS basestations.
TRISIGNAL is the first non-Japanese company to complete these compatibility trials, assuring full compliance with PIAFS service provided by DDI Tokyo Pocket Telephone, the leading Japanese PHS service provider.