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Pío Baroja y Nessi (December 28, 1872, San Sebastián–October 30, 1956, Madrid) was a Spanish writer, one of the key novelists of the Generation of '98.

Although educated as a physician, Baroja only practiced this trade briefly. He also managed the family bakery for a short time and ran unsuccessfully on two occasions for a seat at the Cortes (Spanish parliament) as a Radical Republican. Baroja's true calling, however, was always writing, which he began seriously at the age of 13.
sweetbabe  12/31/2006
Emmm. It means "peep" in Spanish. It does.
― Anonymous User  8/11/2007
In Mexico (or any other Spanish-speaking nation) "Los Pios" are marshmellow candy-like snacks. Pio means "peep." XD
SingingDove114  3/24/2008

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