Trisha Shetty

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Mia, MIA, or M.I.A. may refer to:

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Airports

  • Miami International Airport (with IATA code MIA), Miami, Florida, U.S.
  • MIA Mover, people mover at Miami International Airport
  • Macau International Airport, Macau special administrative region, China
  • Malta International Airport, Luqa, Malta
  • Manila International Airport, Manila, Philippines
  • Memphis International Airport, Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.
  • Manchester Airport station, railway station at Manchester Airport, U.K.
  • Mogadishu International Airport, Somalia
  • Government and politics

  • Macedonian Information Agency, a public information service from the Republic of Macedonia
  • Marxists Internet Archive, a volunteer based non-profit organization that maintains a multi-lingual Internet archive of Marxist writers and other similar authors (socialists, anarchists, etc.)
  • Missing in action, a military term for a soldier, pilot or sailor who is in war, or the status of a missing combatant
  • Missing in action (disambiguation)
  • Artists

  • M.I.A. (rapper) (born 1975), British-Tamil musician and visual artist
  • M.I.A. (band), 1980s punk rock band from Orange County, California
  • Mia (singer) (born 1983), Lithuanian singer and television presenter
  • MIA., a German rock/pop band formed in 1997
  • Songs

  • "Mía" (Armando Manzanero song), later covered by other artists
  • "Mia", by Chevelle on the album Point No. 1
  • "Mía" (Paulina Rubio song), by Paulina Rubio on the album Pau-Latina
  • "Mía" (Tito El Bambino song), by Tito el Bambino on the album Top of the Line
  • "Mia", by Aerosmith on the album Night in the Ruts
  • "Mia", by Emmy the Great on the album First Love
  • "Mia", by Gorki on the album Gorky, 1992
  • "Mia", by South Korean singer IU (singer)
  • "Mia", by Sergio Bruni, 1967
  • "M.I.A.", by 7 Year Bitch on the album ¡Viva Zapata!
  • "M.I.A.", by Avenged Sevenfold on the album City of Evil
  • "M.I.A.", by the Foo Fighters on the album There Is Nothing Left to Lose
  • "M.I.A.", by M.I.A. on the album Arular
  • "Le Mia", by the French rap band IAM
  • "Listed M.I.A.", by Rancid on the album ...And Out Come the Wolves
  • Awards

  • MIA, abbreviation for a (Belgian) Music Industry Award
  • Organizations

  • Malaysian Institute of Accountants, a statutory body responsible to regulate and develop the accountancy profession in Malaysia
  • Messianic Israel Alliance, serves the Messianic community as an organization for Messianic Jews and other Christians
  • Michigan Islamic Academy, an Islamic private day school in Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota
  • Montgomery Improvement Association, Alabama
  • Museum of Islamic Art (disambiguation), several independent museums housing collections of Islamic art and artefacts
  • Mutual Improvement Association, one of two youth programs operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • People

  • Mia (given name) (and people with the name)
  • Characters

  • Mia, a character played by Gina Badhen in the British web series Corner Shop Show.
  • Mia (.hack)
  • Mia (Dark Tower)
  • Mia Dearden, a comic book character
  • Mia Fey, a Phoenix Wright character
  • Mía Colucci, a character in the Argentine telenovela Rebelde Way (2002–03)
  • Mía Colucci, a character in the Mexican telenovela Rebelde (2004–06)
  • Mia Toretto, a character in The Fast and The Furious
  • Mia Thermopolis, a character in The Princess Diaries
  • Mia Wallace, a Pulp Fiction character
  • Mia Jones (Degrassi: The Next Generation), a Degrassi: The Next Generation character
  • Mia Elliott, a character on the American soap opera Love Is a Many Splendored Thing
  • Mia Ausa, a Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete character
  • Mia St. Clair, an American Girl character
  • Mia Townsend, a Need for Speed: Most Wanted character
  • Mia, a Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance character
  • Mia, a Golden Sun character
  • Mia, a mouse, the lead character in Mia's Big Adventure Collection educational software series
  • Mia, a character on the show Two and a Half Men
  • Mia Lewis, a character in the TV series Californication
  • Mia Watanabe, a character from Power Rangers Samurai
  • Mia Allen, a character from The Evil Dead
  • Mia, a character from Mia and Me
  • Mia, a character played by Emma Stone in the 2016 American film "La La Land (film)"
  • Other uses

  • Mia-dong, a neighbourhood (dong) in Seoul, South Korea
  • Mia (game), a dice game
  • Mia, a common nickname for Miami, United States
  • Miami Dolphins, a professional American football team
  • Miami Heat, a professional basketball team
  • Mia electric, an electric car
  • Mia Milia, a suburb of the city of Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Mia Station, a subway station in Seoul, South Korea
  • Magnetic immunoassay, a biochemical test
  • Master of International Affairs, a graduate degree
  • Medically indigent adult, a person without medical coverage
  • The Misfits In Action, a professional wrestling stable
  • Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area, New South Wales
  • Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, Qatar
  • Mia Gracia, a Philippine television series
  • Mía Novoa, a character in the television series Grachi
  • Mia Shaheb Moidan, a building in Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Mia and Roman, a 1968 documentary film about Mia Farrow and Roman Polanski
  • References

    Mia Wikipedia


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