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PIB, pib or PiB may refer for:

Pibb Xtra

Pibb Xtra is a reformulation of Mr. Pibb (sometimes styled as Mr.


Pibroch, piobaireachd or ceòl mòr is an art music genre associated primarily with the Scottish Highlands that is characterised by extended compositions with a melodic theme and elaborate formal variations. Strictly meaning "piping" in Scottish Gaelic, piobaireachd has for some four centuries been music of the Great Highland Bagpipe.

Pibgorn (webcomic)

Pibgorn is a webcomic by Brooke McEldowney that began in early 2002. The title character is a fairy whose adventures span the fantasy and real worlds.


Piblokto, also known as pibloktoq and Arctic hysteria, is a condition most commonly appearing in Inughuit societies living within the Arctic Circle. Piblokto is a culture-specific hysterical reaction in Inuit, especially women, who may perform irrational or dangerous acts, followed by amnesia for the event.

Pibgorn (instrument)
Pibgorn (instrument)

The pibgorn is a Welsh species of idioglot reed aerophone. The name translates literally as "pipe-horn".

Pib and Pog

Pib and Pog is the name of both a short film and a series of shorts created by Aardman Animations. The animation is set up like a typical pre-school programme, introduced by a soft-spoken narrator who translates what the characters say to the audience.


Progesterone-induced-blocking factor 1 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the PIBF1 gene. It has been shown to localize to the centrosome and has also been named CEP90.

Pibor River
Pibor River

The Pibor River is a river in eastern South Sudan, which defines part of South Sudan's border with Ethiopia. From its source near Pibor Post it flows north for about 320 kilometres (200 mi), joining the Baro River to form the Sobat River, which is a tributary of the White Nile.The Pibor and its tributaries drain a watershed 10,000 km2 (3,900 sq mi) in size.

Piber Federal Stud
Piber Federal Stud

The Piber Federal Stud is a stud farm dedicated to the breeding of Lipizzan horses, located at the village of Piber, near the town of Köflach in western Styria, Austria. It was founded in 1798, began breeding Lipizzan horses in 1920, and today is the primary breeding farm that produces the stallions used by the Spanish Riding School, where the best stallions of each generation bred at Piber are brought for training and later public performance.

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