madia madia  /ˈmɑ di ə/


  • (n) genus of sticky herbs with yellow flowers open in morning or evening but closed in bright light


  1. D4 All-District softball team

    The following players from the area were chosen for the Division 4 All-District team: Outfield - Erika Lentz, CPS; Andrea Madia, Brown City; Laykin Stone, Deckerville; Shortstop - Samantha Murray, Peck; 3rd Base - Jenna Genoff, Deckerville; 2nd Base - Karlee Shagena, Deckerville; 1st Base - Alexis Liebler, Brown City; Catcher - Kori read more
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Sanilac County News

  2. Thoroughman enjoys return to Morgantown

    By: Greg Madia It was only a little over two years ago when former West Virginia University basketball forward Cam Thoroughman played his final game as...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Daily Athenaeum

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  1. "These ads portray Madia as a dark, sinister intruder at best, and at worst a terrorist. It's the race card," Minnesota State Senator Chaudhary said.
    on Nov 2, 2008 By: Satveer Chaudhary Source: Economic Times

  2. In 1983, Amte wrote to Indira Gandhi that the dams "would submerge the homeland of the Madia Gond people. At least 40,000 people (out of a total of 75,000) will be uprooted, along with millions of trees......Today the Madia Gond people maintain...
    on Feb 9, 2008 By: Baba Amte Source: KalingaTimes

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