Definition of Piums

1. pium [n] - See also: pium



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Piums

pityriasis capitis
pityriasis circinata
pityriasis lichenoides
pityriasis lichenoides chronica
pityriasis linguae
pityriasis maculata
pityriasis nigra
pityriasis rosea
pityriasis rubra
pityriasis sicca
pityriasis versicolor
pityroid
piu
pium
piums (current term)
piupiu
piupius
pivalaldehyde
pivalate
pivalates
pivalic acid
pivaloyl
pivalylbenzhydrazine
pivampicillin
pivanilide
pivanilides
pivot
pivot joint
pivot man

Literary usage of Piums

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Medical Report of the Rice Expedition to Brazil by William Thomas Councilman, R. A. Lambert (1918)
"The areas on the rivers most favored by the piums are shores of sand bars and rocks with swift current; they may be in great numbers in one locality and ..."

2. Through the Brazilian Wilderness by Theodore Roosevelt (1914)
"One afternoon we pitched camp by a tiny rivulet, in the midst of the scrubby upland forest; a camp, by the way, where the piums, the small, biting flies, ..."

3. The Lower Amazon: A Narrative of Explorations in the Little Known Regions of by Algot Lange (1914)
"... piums, mosquitoes, and sand-flies, we retire to pass the night. When I have spent about ten minutes in my hammock I am forced to jump up. ..."

4. The Lower Amazon: A Narrative of Explorations in the Little Known Regions of by Algot Lange (1914)
"... piums, mosquitoes, and sand-flies, we retire to pass the night. When I have spent about ten minutes in my hammock I am forced to jump up. ..."

5. The North-west Amazons: Notes of Some Months Spent Among Cannibal Tribes by Thomas Whiffen (1915)
"I found piums on the ... and both mosquitoes and piums are practically non-existent in the middle Issa-Japura valley, though mosquitoes are found in certain ..."

6. Recollections of an Ill-fated Expedition to the Headwaters of the Madeira by Neville B. Craig, Madeira and Mamoré Association (1907)
"piums were also abundant, but restricted their activity to the daylight hours. For three days every member of the corps, except the cook, devoted his time ..."

7. The Medical Report of the Rice Expedition to Brazil by William Thomas Councilman, R. A. Lambert (1918)
"The areas on the rivers most favored by the piums are shores of sand bars and rocks with swift current; they may be in great numbers in one locality and ..."

8. Through the Brazilian Wilderness by Theodore Roosevelt (1914)
"One afternoon we pitched camp by a tiny rivulet, in the midst of the scrubby upland forest; a camp, by the way, where the piums, the small, biting flies, ..."

9. The Lower Amazon: A Narrative of Explorations in the Little Known Regions of by Algot Lange (1914)
"... piums, mosquitoes, and sand-flies, we retire to pass the night. When I have spent about ten minutes in my hammock I am forced to jump up. ..."

10. The Lower Amazon: A Narrative of Explorations in the Little Known Regions of by Algot Lange (1914)
"... piums, mosquitoes, and sand-flies, we retire to pass the night. When I have spent about ten minutes in my hammock I am forced to jump up. ..."

11. The North-west Amazons: Notes of Some Months Spent Among Cannibal Tribes by Thomas Whiffen (1915)
"I found piums on the ... and both mosquitoes and piums are practically non-existent in the middle Issa-Japura valley, though mosquitoes are found in certain ..."

12. Recollections of an Ill-fated Expedition to the Headwaters of the Madeira by Neville B. Craig, Madeira and Mamoré Association (1907)
"piums were also abundant, but restricted their activity to the daylight hours. For three days every member of the corps, except the cook, devoted his time ..."

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