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n. pl. pi·sos
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[Tagalog, from Spanish peso, peso, piece of eight; see peso.]
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(in the Philippines) a peso
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Some help themselves with countenance and gesture, and are wise by signs; as Cicero saith of Piso, that when he answered him, he fetched one of his brows up to his forehead, and bent the other down to his chin; Respondes, altero ad frontem sublato, altero ad mentum depresso supercilio, crudelitatem tibi non placere.
"Sometimes you can end up paying 10% less or 10% more," says Santiago Tobon, head of Sexto Piso's Spanish operations.
With PISO we spend several hours telling employees what we know and teach them simple techniques to bring about their own changes."
The discovery of Philodemus's library, and the dedication to Piso, suggests that the latter may have been the owner of the Villa dei Papiri.
'The Cebu Pacific Piso Sale will resume at noon on Christmas Day (Dec 25),' Cebu Pacific said in an advisory
Algunos estudios muestran, que tanto la radiografia periapical como la ortopantomografia no son precisas al momento de determinar la relacion exacta entre los apices dentarios y el piso del seno maxilar (Hassan, 2010).