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  • In Saint Joan, up Route C-733 in the island's northernmost reaches, the battered sign for "Bal fia" looks highly unpromising.

    The Other Ibiza

  • In Saint Joan, up Route C-733 in the island's northernmost reaches, the battered sign for "Bal fia" looks highly unpromising.

    Ibiza's Softer Side

  • “Just my fia—” A sudden pang hit me, so hard I felt tears spring to my eyes.

    The Little Lady Agency and the Prince

  • “Just my fia—” A sudden pang hit me, so hard I felt tears spring to my eyes.

    The Little Lady Agency and the Prince

  • “Just my fia—” A sudden pang hit me, so hard I felt tears spring to my eyes.

    The Little Lady Agency and the Prince

  • M. O'BRIEN: So it's as if you were there at the founding of the M.fia or whatever?

    CNN Transcript Jan 11, 2006

  • Walker Black and poured us each a couple-of fia,. gers

    Blood Test

  • In an opera buffa at a Neapolitan theatre, called _Il Fondo_, we once heard Tamburini execute the well-known song "Ma non fia sempre odiata" in his falsetto, with a taste and expression scarcely surpassed by Rubini's performance of the air.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 54, No. 333, July 1843

  • Den you wash yo 'pot clean, fill um wid col' wata en put on de fia.

    A Woman Rice Planter

  • Then comes the garden of the Palazzo Pesaro, now the Paraguay consulate; then the S.gredo, an extremely ancient Gothic building with a beautiful window and balcony, now badly served by paint and stucco and shutters; and then another traghetto at the Campo S. S.fia, with a vine ramping over its shelter.

    A Wanderer in Venice

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