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PITA

n. [a] pain in the ass. (Initialism. A computer abbreviation, not pronounced.) The SYSOP here is a real PITA. I wish he would leave us alone.
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The newest Pita Inn, at 1835 Abriter Court near the corner of Diehl Road and Freedom Drive just south of I-88 in Naperville, brings the same style and menu as its forerunners.
Slit open the top of the pita bread to create a pocket.
Like all Nina Bakery products, the new range of pitas are made using only traditional, artisan methods for a higher quality bake, the result is a superior pita of restaurant quality.
Country: USASector: Food/Beverages/TobaccoTarget: Kangaroo Brands's pita chip businessBuyer: ConAgra Foods IncVendor: Kangaroo Brands IncType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
After Pita returned home his health worsened and he was diagnosed with an enlarged heart.
Bachman Pita Pretzel Squares appeal to true pretzel lovers, as well as consumers who haven't been big pretzel fans before," says Scott R.
The crowd of about 350 at the Radisson Hotel found out May 9 that a pita restaurant was just what Sudbury's downtown was looking for when it opened seven years ago.
s Nexxus is, and Pita recommends Nexxus Diametress Luscious hair-thickening shampoo.
Pita, known as Big Tuks to his pals, was due to have his marriage to teacher Maopa, 22, blessed in church days before tragedy struck.
You can create a great treat by using fresh fruit and pita bread.
Clinical studies show that PITA surgery offers significant advantages to most patients, including less postoperative pain, faster recovery from surgery, and faster return to normal activity.
based Pita Products LLC has enhanced the flavors of its Pita Snacks by adding seasonings to both the inside and outside of its pita dough.
1/2 cup light mayonnaise or salad dressing 1 tablespoon light soy sauce 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger 1 tablespoon reduced-fat peanut butter 1 cup cooked chicken, chopped 1/2 cup Chinese peapods, cut in half 1/2 cup red or yellow sweet peppers, chopped 1/4 cup roasted peanuts 3 pita breads, cut in half
Pita Snax: A little pita goes a long way as a chip.
You can scoop it up with pita, smear it on a sandwich or bagel, or use it as a dip for sliced bell peppers, carrots, celery, raw broccoli, tortilla chips, whole-wheat crackers, whatever.