PIE

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Abbreviation for
Preimplantation embryo
Pulmonary infiltration with eosinophilia
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PIE

Pulmonary infiltration with eosinophilia, see there.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

PIE

Abbreviation for pulmonary interstitial emphysema.
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"Robbins' life has been far from uneventful, but as presented in Tibetan Peach Pie, it's not especially dramatic, with Robbins puckishly making the best of most situations and not dwelling on life's darker aspects.
"Eventually Tibetan Peach Pie loses narrative steam.
The recipes range from a Brown Sugar Glazed Apple Bread; to Mint Chocolate Fudge Brownies; to a Sweet Peach Pie; to Cinnamon-Sugar Soft Pretzels; to Blueberry Almond Oat Squares.
And Midwestern Meats in Venice (488-0600) makes a peach pie that will be the grand finale of any outdoor meal.
Even some mysterious happenings haven't prevented them from growing increasingly fonder of their British public; band member Kayo's pompoms went missing prior to a show in Birmingham in July - depriving her of her pompom solo during Peach Pie on the Beach.
Also offered will be individual apple and peach pies made with fruit from the farmers' market!
At the Coronado location--a standard Marie Callender's--Mojitos rule, according to the bartender, who reported that the fresh peaches brought in for peach pies found their way into the cocktail recently to great reviews.
I am a dedicated reader of the "Date With A Dish" feature and noticed that in "Delightful Desserts With A Southern Touch" (March 2001), the egg pastry recipe for the fried peach pies was not included.
Factor in the notion that the outsider is an escaped killer, however, and this all-summer-in-a-day story starts to feel as baked as the convict's peach pies. Underserved female auds will gladly indulge such well-intentioned shenanigans when Paramount opens the film Dec.
But I was too late as the booth was sold out of its scrumptious peach pies.
But he had a lifelong love affair with "Mother's "fried peach pies" (or any of her pies, for that matter), the Chicago Cubs (and lived to see them win the World Series), Pixies, and, most of all -- the love of his life -- Mildred ("look at those eyes, Mother") Miller and his bride of 70 years.
I have made so many fresh peach pies just from the fruit they have given me!" Stackhouse is on Oakdale Road between Sylvan Avenue and Claribel Road; call (209) 883-2663.