- Portuguese pian, epian, or Spanish pian, from the native name in South America. (Wiktionary)
“June 11th, 2008 1: 28 pm ET continue the pain vote for Mccain for all of you who are suffering 4 more years won; t hurt much more and then 4 years from now do the same and continue the pian and down the yellow brick road we go.”
“I feel ur pian … doing the whole dentist thing myself.”
“He played the pian-a," Stacy told pianist Marian McPartland decades later on her NPR program "Piano Jazz," "and he played [the type of] harmony like [he had], you know, [in his own] 'In a Mist'?”
“Web: www. pian.com.cn Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Filharmonik Petronas, Petronas Twin Towers; Jan. 13, 8: 30 p.m. Admission: 60 ringgit to 220 ringgit.”
“I feel ur pian...doing the whole dentist thing myself.”
“Pot has aslo, it is alleged, a similar effect on pian relief.”
“Purely for the Fun of it Music Video:A guy, a pian...”
“According to the Han History, he was the author of two scrolls (pian) of writings, neither of which survives.”
“In the New World, cutaneous and mucocutaneous forms of the disease exist, again known by various local names: espundia in the Amazon region, papalomoyo in Central America and pian bois in the Guyanas.”
“* The likelihood that the initial pian will break down under pressure, and therefore, a readiness to improvise.”
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