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  • Mai fahrit piah is “Derby”, an iz gooshie wid pekans n choklit, wid flakke cruzt . . . bezt wid the iz crem an karml drizzl. nom nom nom

    B&W - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • A.d from badly misconstruing the difference between sharing "culture artifacts" and sharing "culture meanings" (lived and mutually respected culture patterns), K.A. A.piah almost belittles what can only be called living cultural clusters among non-White A.erican communities.

    'The Multiculturalist Misunderstanding'

  • In his cogent review of Thomas Sowell's Race and Culture [NYR, January 12], K.A. A.piah writes that Sowell ignores the best recent scholarship in arguing "both that New World slavery made little contribution to the growth of Britian's industrial economy and that British abolition was, nevertheless, economically irrational."

    Slavery and the British Economy

  • Hadn't they broke in and filled themselves up on his piah-chuck till they were crazy-drunk?

    The Jimmyjohn Boss and Other Stories

  • It is quite interesting because it is served with poh piah skin.

    SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator

  • The appetizer is a tiny bowl of laksa which comes with heh-ko (some really stinky prawn paste which is a must for laksa) and poh piah chee or deep fried spring rolls.

    SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator

  • The poh piah appetizer is a delicious combination of jicama, eggs, dried shrimp, and crispy shallots wrapped in a soft, thin wrapper, and topped with hoi sin sauce.

    The Daily Colonial

  • So, we'd hev gone bobbin 'down that flood, me and my piah-chuck. "

    The Jimmyjohn Boss and Other Stories

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