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PII

(2) (Personally Identifiable Information) Information that can identify an individual. Other than the obvious name, address and phone number, examples include data of birth, email address, vehicle registration number, passport and credit card numbers, as well as website logins. Also called "sensitive personal information" (SPI).
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Pio's house, remembered his 'Lolo Pio' as a quiet one.
Father Pio also begged Jesus to take away the physical signs.
When Pio was told about the caller, he said he knew who Ndegwa was and that he was trying to organise to kill him."De Souza says that this visit was "perhaps a warning".
Esses achados corroboram com o estudo de Natisis e colaboradores (2009) que comparou a PIO de 145 pessoas (entre adultos saudaveis e pacientes com glaucoma primario) submetidas a exercicios aerobios moderados.
Then the couple visited Pio's church in Italy for the second time, and that's when they believed the miracle happened.
The Embassy of India, Muscat, invites young members of Indian diaspora, both NRIs and PIOs, in Oman to participate in 'Bharat Ko Janiye' Quiz 2018.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 10 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that Persons of India Origin (PIOs) are like permanent ambassadors of India and partners for India's development, who have an important position in the Action Agenda till 2020, drafted by the NITI Aayog.
GILGIT -- Principal Information Officer (PIO),Ministry of Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage, Mohammad Salim Baig has said special training programmes would be organized for journalists of Gilgit Baltistan in Islamabad to further enhance the professional of skills and abilities in the competitive media sector.
Wells instituted an emergency operations plan requiring that circuit and district courts each designate a PIO. Courts began assigning PIO duties to existing personnel, such as trial court administrators, or hiring people with public relations experience.
In a written statement he said the cabinet had approved the free use of the newspaper archives at the Press and Information Office (PIO) for all persons "without exception".