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- proper n. A female given name invented in the latter half of the twentieth century. It can be explained as a short form of Letitia or Venetia, or from Estonian Tiia, pet form of Dorothea.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See Sageretia.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. brief episode in which the brain gets insufficient blood supply; symptoms depend on the site of the blockage
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Meet Tiallondra "Tia" Kemp, Rick Ross's son's mother who will be coming out with a book called Tia's Diary: Deeper than Rap, telling her struggles as a single mother being involved with a rapper whose real life behavior does not quite live up to his image
Excited about the present future, Tia aka @TiaSparkles
My parents were watching TV in the den, so I slipped into the kitchen and took a few quick hits of something called Tia Maria.
I have to agree with Tia, that is one of the neatest website I've seen lately but it is definitely not dialup friendly.
I did give it that time during the first six months I ran this blog, but I quickly discovered this algorithm, which I will call Tia's Time Algorithm.
Police said those who were killed have been identified as Tia Singh (40), Budhini Singh (42), her husband Soren alias Rabi Singh (48), Somabari Singh (42).
For additional information, call Tia Clasen at 763-504-8029, or send her an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks Tia, that is what I assumed, but I wanted to be sure.
We have a German Shepherd called Tia who is 1 year old.
Welcome to 97. 2FM Ko Tongariro Te Maunga Tongariro is our mountain Ko Taupo nui a Tia Te Moana Taupo nui a Tia is our lake Ko Te Heuheu Te Tangata Te Heuheu is our chief On 97.2 FM we cover.
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