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PIE

Abbreviation for
Preimplantation embryo
Pulmonary infiltration with eosinophilia

PIE

Pulmonary infiltration with eosinophilia, see there.

PIE

Abbreviation for pulmonary interstitial emphysema.
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We tried five supermarket pies to find out which was the best on the shelves Sainsbury's Taste The Difference All Butter Mince Pies, PS2 Excellent pastry-to-filling ratio, with a good tangy mincemeat that's filled right to the top.
Of course, mincemeat used to actually contain meat (usually beef or mutton), hence the name, alongside the currants and raisins, mixed spices, lemons, sugar and beef suet we are familiar with today.
Associate Editor Jean Teller just realized she doesn't have the recipe for her mother's mincemeat cookies.
Undeniably, the successful invasion and seizure of Sicily in the summer of 1943, with its lower than expected casualty figure of 7,000 deaths out of an invasion force of 160,000 participants, can readily be traced to the successful execution of Operation Mincemeat.
21) Nevertheless, Mincemeat succeeded because the deception plan followed important and fundamental principles of military deception.
Foley's expertise helped Operation Mincemeat overcome objections from the Joint Planning Staff, denounced by Churchill as "the whole machinery of negation" The streetwise novelist Anthony Powell called JPS "a really impregnable system of obstruction"
I was responsible for introducing the company to the joys of mincemeat making as one of its biggest components is apple.
June Ackland would have made mincemeat out of him if she'd been about
The Eagles may be 13-1, securing homefield advantage throughout the playoffs and setting a franchise record for victories while making mincemeat of the NFC.
Milosevic, a lawyer, has defended himself, and "has made mincemeat out of the Prosecutors' case by himself," contends Malic.
This Kentucky mincemeat recipe is from The Joy of Cooking by Irma S.
No one said it was going to be easy to run Hollywood, and if we can't completely control a provincial, parochial, and paranoid place like Hollywood, how can we expect to take charge of the world and make mincemeat of that cute Vladimir Putin, even if he is kind of short and looks a little like Ed Harris if he'd done time running the KGB?