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Pipe

An obsolete unit of volume equivalent to 126 gallons.
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In the 1970's, Piping Hot developed advancements in surfboards and wetsuits.
Ours, I was glad to say, did come piping hot and on warmed plates, which is just the way we wanted it.
You can also cook kippers by covering them in boiling water and leaving for 10 minutes until they are piping hot.
A piping hot deli department rotisserie chicken wrapped in a Hot N Handy Pouch is not only delicious; it's also a Good Buy, according to Good Housekeeping.
89 Piping hot in eight minutes with a drizzle of cream, these mince pies add a touch of luxury to the table.
Whereas Carabosse serves up her revenge piping hot, Madge prefers the cold, calculated variety.
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. Other accessories which Van Man loves include sliding doors on both sides of the van, electric windows, heated side mirrors, air conditioning and anti-lock brakes.
Avoid raw or undercooked meat, fish and shellfish and ensure that food is served piping hot. To obtain a health brief tailored to your journey, call the MASTA Travellers Health Line on 0906 8224100.
After 10 to 15 minutes, you pull out a piping hot meal.