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Piła

(pē`lä), Ger. Schneidemühl, town (1994 est. pop. 74,000), Wielkopolskie prov., NW Poland, on the Gwdą River. Once the capital of Grenzmark Posen–West Prussia, it is now chiefly a trade and industrial center. It was devastated in World War II, after which it reverted to Poland. There are lignite mines nearby. The city was chartered in 1380.
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Piła

 

a city in Poland, situated on the Notec̄, a navigable river, and administrative center of Pila Województwo. Population, 45,300 (1973). Pila, a railroad junction, has railroad yards. Industries include the manufacture of electric bulbs and agricultural implements. The local food-processing industry produces alcohol and starch, and the city also has wood-products and textile industries, including a flax-processing plant.

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pila

1. In churches in Italy, a holy-water font, consisting of a bowl mounted on a shaft, as distinguished from a font hanging from or secured to a wall or pier.
2. A square block or epistyle, just over the columns, to support a rooftimber.
3. A mortar which is valuable or curious on account of its antiquity or design.
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Pila compares with Vigan in the beauty of its heritage houses, albeit mostly from the American colonial period.
Habiendo concluido sus trienios en varios conventos, fray Pedro de Pila regreso a Tzintzuntzan, donde estaba de guardian a finales de 1581, segun un documento de probanza de nobleza, hidalguia y limpieza del 13 de noviembre de ese ano (20).
CODIGO 2 PROGRAMA VULNERABLE A DESBORDAMIENTO DE BUFFER EN LA PILA 1 #include <iostream.h> 2 int main() { 3 char buffer[128]; 4 cin>> buffer; 5 return 0; 6 } En el CODIGO 2, los datos locales a main (los elementos del arreglo llamado "buffer") se encuentran almacenados en la pila.
Para ello, se utilizo la pila con la ranura de dimensiones indicadas y se empleo el aro de diametro W = 14,6 cm ubicado a nivel del fondo.
There is accommodation in Pila, but the better option - and the one provided by Interski - is to stay at the foot of the mountain in Aosta.
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For most skiers, Pila is on the day-trip circuit from the sophisticated resort of Courmayeur 40 minutes away.
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COVENTRY hope to unveil new signing Pila Fifita in front of a home crowd at the Butts Park Arena in Saturday's National Division One game against Orrell.