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PIPE

Pipe

An obsolete unit of volume equivalent to 126 gallons.

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Piping Hot joins Saban Brands Lifestyle Group, which currently includes Paul Frank, Macbeth and, most recently, Mambo.
Piping Hot Networks of Devon, England, a maker of broadband wireless access equipment, has shaved three months off development time for a customer subscriber unit with the help of thermal management software.
Walker, whose method of hair culture made her wealthy, to konking (Malcolm X's recollection of his first konk is painful, and hilarious) to the Afro, and the photos of those mushroom clouds from the 60s and 70s will make you groan or laugh or both; to the memories of grease and piping hot hot combs and perms and dreadlocks and whatever the devil we're doing with our hair now.
Food served piping hot is generally safer than raw or undercooked meat.
Ford owners have given a big thumbs-up to special features like a hidden cup holder that pops out of the facia or an insulated cup to keep drinks piping hot.
After 10 to 15 minutes, you pull out a piping hot meal.
Consider these facts: A single washing machine can consume 10,000 gallons of water a year - most of it piping hot, thanks to an energy-gobbling water heater.
Then wait a full minute and serve up so they're enjoyed at their piping hot best.
To supplement the caf, the children will also be selling piping hot sausage sandwiches before school to give parents and children alike a nice full and warm belly.
Tip in pea and bean mix plus two tablespoons of cold water, then heat the mixture gently for four-five minutes, until the vegetables are piping hot.
Serve piping hot with the remaining butter melting in the centre.