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MIA

Abbr. for “Marble Institute of America.”
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After all, she d just been asked about the massive attention paid to journalist Lynn Hirschberg s less-than-fawning cover profile of her in the New York Times Magazine in May, and to M.
Whatever else it demonstrated, the Truffle Kerfuffle made it clear that at some point between the 2007 release of her second album, "Kala," and this spring, M.
I always forget that she has this sort of celebrity side to her," says Rusko, one of M.
But being provincial about such things would simply be contradictory to the whole M.
That's more than a hundred times the number of American M.
Still, I plodded on because no one we met with, least of all our sponsors at the Vietnam/United States Association (founded in 1947 by Ho Chi Minh to express solidarity with the American people), would come right out and say that there could be no discussion about Vietnamese M.
By asking officials directly about their personal lives, whether they had anyone in their own families who was still among the missing, I began to piece together a rough account of how deeply the M.
The next morning, just hours before we left the city, I rushed over to the offices of Vietnam News, a lively Englishlanguage daily published by the government, hoping that someone there could help me sort out why it was that my inquiries about Vietnamese M.
Two of the seven employees in his own office at the Vietnam Overseas News Agency had M.
s in all official and casual encounters, adding new accounts of those touched by the M.
Duc Pho was the only district among the half-dozen or so where we had made official stops where such a survey had actually been carried out, resulting in a preliminary count of 125 M.
Only since our return have I slowly begun to disentangle the complexities behind the politics of silence surrounding the "other" M.