Pile may refer to:
- Pile foundation, type of deep foundation
- Pile (textile), fabric with raised surface made of upright loops or strands of yarn
- Carpet pile
- Nuclear pile, early term for a nuclear reactor, typically one constructed of graphite
- Pile (heraldry), an ordinary in heraldry, a downward-pointing triangle
- Voltaic pile, first modern electric battery
- General Sir Frederick Alfred Pile, 2nd Baronet
- Pile (data structure)
- An alternative to heap, e.g. a pile or heap of trash.
Piles can refer to:
- A common name for hemorrhoids
- Piles, Valencia, municipality in Spain
Other articles related to "pile, piles":
... If the person trying to knock down the pile cannot do it in three tries then he is out ... the thrower's ball does not knock down the pile and is caught by an opponent after the first bounce then the thrower is out ... If the thrower's ball bounces off the pile and an opponent catches it then the thrower's whole team is out ...
... Christopher James "Chris" Pile (born 4 April 1967 in Huyton, Liverpool) is an English former footballer whose career was curtailed by injury ... A goalkeeper, Pile never actually made a professional appearance, and in fact only made the bench for one senior game ... Pile came through the Liverpool F.C ...
... The distinction between a pile and a field divided per chevron inverted, or between a pile inverted and a field per chevron, can be uncertain ... by the South African Bureau of Heraldry as Per pile embowed inverted throughout gules, vert and argent dexter a single share plough and sinister a ...
... that in turn imparts a load onto the foundation pile below the Statnamic device ... This is 30 to 40 times the duration of dynamic pile load testing ... As the duration of the loading is relatively long, piles less than 40m in length remain in compression throughout resulting in negligible stress wave effects and potentially simpler ...
Famous quotes containing the word pile:
“it was older sure than this years cutting,
Or even last years or the years before.
The wood was gray and the bark warping off it
And the pile somewhat sunken. Clematis
Had wound strings round and round it like a bundle.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“There is the guilt all soldiers feel for having broken the taboo against killing, a guilt as old as war itself. Add to this the soldiers sense of shame for having fought in actions that resulted, indirectly or directly, in the deaths of civilians. Then pile on top of that an attitude of social opprobrium, an attitude that made the fighting man feel personally morally responsible for the war, and you get your proverbial walking time bomb.”
—Philip Caputo (b. 1941)
“We have dreamt of every woman there is, and dreamt too of the miracle that would bring us the pleasure of being a woman, for women have all the qualitiescourage, passion, the capacity to love, cunningwhereas all our imagination can do is naively pile up the illusion of courage.”
—Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)