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Synonyms for piping

Synonyms for piping

a thin strip of covered cord used to edge hems

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playing a pipe or the bagpipes

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(used of heat) extremely

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Information prepared by the Steel Plate Fabricators Association's Pipeline Committee classifies steel pipe as one of the most versatile piping materials for the underground infrastructure.
PVC gets a bad rep sometimes, and here is where the question divides into supply piping and waste piping.
Piping plovers flourished along the Atlantic Coast through much of history, foraging undisturbed on vast stretches of sand.
Due to the seasonality of the Company's Piping Systems business, sales and earnings are typically higher during the late spring, summer and early fall months (second and third quarters), due to favorable weather for construction over much of North America and correspondingly lower during the late fall, winter and early spring months (fourth and first quarters).
Will Embed Logos' PlantSpace Isometrics Within DigitalPlant, Enabling Owner-Operators to Cost-Effectively Create, Edit Intelligent As-Built Piping Isometrics
The pipe boasts smooth inner walls that offer minimal resistance to liquid flow, reducing the energy cost of transmission to a level much lower than concrete and metallic piping.
This series covers the most common causes of water contamination; the health hazards associated with poor quality water; the household piping problems caused by supposedly pure water; and solutions to eliminate these problems and ensure good quality water supply in homes.
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Host pipes were part of an existing outfall piping system running underneath the dam breast.
Before that time, lead piping and lead solder were widely used in household plumbing systems as well as in the service lines that connect houses to street water mains.
Public concern has grown in recent months about a plague of pinhole water leaks and high lead contamination levels in drinking water piping systems in the District of Columbia and suburban Maryland and Virginia.
operations, including the Company's oilfield piping subsidiary, Centron International, Inc.
piping, make sure that combustibles are removed from the area,