sounding pipe

sounding pipe

[′sau̇nd·iŋ ‚pīp]
(naval architecture)
A pipe through which the depth of liquid in a water or oil tank on board a ship can be measured or sounded.
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Behind a curious looking and equally curious sounding pipe organ, Young prophesied how Mother Nature is going to pack up her bags some day and take the first silver space ship out of here on "After the Gold Rush." In the guise of possessed preacher/demented doomsayer, Young gave the song a crowd-pleasing update, crooning, "Look at Mother Nature on the run/in the 21st century" instead of the original "In the nineteen seventies."
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Y Bardd Anfarwol does not merely slap a few oriental sounding pipes above a Welsh folk song.