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pie,

meat, fish, fowl, fruit, or vegetables baked with a crust of pastrypastry,
general name for baked articles of food made of paste or having paste as a necessary ingredient. The name is also used for the paste itself. The essential elements of paste are flour, liquid (usually milk or water, sometimes beaten egg), and shortening.
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, or pastry shells filled with custard or pudding. The pies of the Romans, especially at banquets in the days of the empire, were often elaborate concoctions, such as the showpieces in which were enclosed live birds. In England meat and fish pies had become common by the 14th cent., and fruit pies, often called tarts, by the 16th cent. The mince pie was an important feature of the Christmas festivities and was called "superstitious" pie by the Puritans in protest against what seemed to them a pagan manner of celebrating a holy feast. The mincemeat filling was a finely chopped, cooked mixture including raisins, currants, apples, suet, sugar, spice, and often meat, brandy or cider, candied peel, and other ingredients. The English settlers in North America retained their taste for pie and adapted it to their new conditions, creating the pumpkin and the cranberry pies. Pie has remained a popular dessert in the United States. In Italy, pie, or pizza, consists, in its most basic form, of a spread of dough covered with tomatoes and mozzarella cheese and baked in an oven.

pie

1
a very small former Indian coin worth one third of a pice

pie

2, pye
History a book for finding the Church service for any particular day

PIE

A language from CMU similar to Actus.
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The Minister invited the gathering of PIOs to partner in the development of their Motherland India.
Conversion of PIO card to OCI card after December 31, 2017 will attract a fee of $275 (Dh1,009.
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He also congratulated the PIOs for successfully completing their training at the PPSA which was arranged by the RTI with the financial assistance of PCNA.
In addition, PIO employs a learner-centered design.
They observed that " the information has now been provided" and there was no need to penaltise the PIOs.
The PIO affiliate would help us network and share information.
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It may also be noted that PIO Community / PIO Cardholders travelling to India on the strength of their PIO cards (handwritten) may be refused entry at the Indian Immigration Counters and sent back after ICAO rules/guidelines (with respect to travel with machine readable travel documents) come into effect.