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- n. Plural form of pipe.
- n. A single pipe organ.
- n. One's vocal capacity.
- n. biceps.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pipe.
Pans musical instrument was a set of reed pipes, the pipes of Pan.
The pipes have slits of 35-40 mm long and 0. 5-0.8 mm wide perpendicular to the pipes axes and at intervals of 20-50 mm depending on the type of soil.
Entergy Nuclear is now drawing a distinction between what it calls pipes and trenches, or vaults, which can contain several pipes.
The bedroom, whose floorboards we will now have to take up to run the pipes is naturally the one currently storing all the furniture and equipment from the kitchen and the other upstairs study, also cleared out for easy access to the pipes.
I remember when you first came, a great metal bird from the sky, your body covered in pipes, a great glass dome where your head should be.
I suppose I could have a tank and fill it up, so water delivery through centralized pipes is a convenience, but that doesn't compare to the sheer luxury that is cable.
Transporting water through long distances of pipes is very costly compared to electricity.
A second set of power lines, phone lines, water pipes or natural gas pipes is too expensive and inefficient.
Search drain pipes for Mario, hold Mortal Kombat matches at recess, fight over who got to be Ryu?
They saved on matches, even, waiting till two or three were ready to light their pipes from the same match.
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