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1. the sound of a pipe or a set of bagpipes
2. the art or technique of playing a pipe or bagpipes
A system of pipes provided to carry a fluid. Also known as pipework.
Erosive action of water passing through or under a dam, which may result in leakage or failure.
1. The movement of soil particles by water which percolates through the soil, leading to the development of erosion channels.
2. A run of pipe.
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Some utilities use PVC for process piping
and plumbing and others as cable conduit, applications which typically use different jointing systems.
9 and a temperature of 135[degrees]F, this solution can cause internal pipe corrosion that diminishes the service life of carbon steel and stainless steel piping
Fish and Wildlife Service in 1986 but the Atlantic Coast population of piping
plovers on its list of threatened species.