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  • n. Plural form of pipi.

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Examples

  • You will often see people bending over in the shallows searching for clams known as pipis - vongole to the Italians.

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  • Drain the pasta and pour the pipis, shells and all, over the pasta in a large serving dish.

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  • Slurp those beautiful pipis out of their garlicky, creamy shells and enjoy the slinky, lemony pasta.

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  • When you get pipis from the sea yourself, soak them in a bucket of salted water for twelve hours so that they expel sand and any other impurities.

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  • Throw your pipis in a pan with a dash of olive oil, a slurp of white wine - maybe half a glassful - and some finely chopped parsley and crushed garlic.

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  • We shook our heads, too polite to tell him that actually we did know what pipis were, because only that morning the woman in the tourist information had told us that we did not know what pipis were and had then gone on to tell us that they were similar to oysters.

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  • "The Aborigines used to eat a lot of pipis, and they discovered that if they buried their dead with the pipi shells, the bodies decomposed more quickly," said Swampy.

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  • "You lot don't know what pipis are -- do you?" continued Swampy.

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