Pipes may refer to:

  • Pipe (disambiguation)
  • PIPES (buffering agent in biochemistry)
  • Yahoo! Pipes
  • Pipeline (Unix)
  • Bagpipes or Uilleann pipes
  • PIPE deal or private investment in public equity
  • Pipes (Transformers), a Transformers character
  • The Pipes, a 1966 Czech film
  • Butt (volume) or "pipes", a wine storage container
  • Pipes, a slang term for arm muscles


  • Daniel Pipes
  • Richard Pipes

Other articles related to "pipes, pipe":

Science And Technology Of The Han Dynasty - Structural Engineering and Public Works - Boreholes and Mining Shafts
... They show towering derricks lifting liquid brine through bamboo pipes to the surface so that the brine could be distilled in evaporation pans over the heat of furnaces and produce salt ... The furnaces were heated by natural gas brought by bamboo pipes, yet gas brought up from 610 m (2,000 ft) below the surface could cause an explosion if it was ...
C Company – The Lorne Scots - Regimental Pipes and Drums
... Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) parades a first rate military Pipes and Drums band ... The Pipes and Drums is known as The Regimental Pipes and Drums of The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) ... The Regimental Pipes and Drums of the Lorne Scots is one of the oldest Pipe Bands in Canada ...
Svirel - Playing Technique
... Double svirel has two similar pipes of different lengths ... Each of the pipes has a whistle and three finger-holes ... The bigger pipe can be 29 to 47 cm long, and the smaller 22 to 35 cm ...
Cauld Wind Pipes
... Cauld wind pipes is a Scottish term referring to any Scottish bagpipe that is bellows-blown rather than blown with the mouth ... Such pipes include Border pipes Pastoral pipes Scottish smallpipes ...
LOCUS (operating System) - Description - Pipes
... Processes could use pipes for inter node communication, including named pipes. ...

Famous quotes containing the word pipes:

    Next, pipes are lit by those who smoke, and veils are donned by those who have them, and we hastily examine and dry our plants, anoint our faces and hands, and go to bed—and—the mosquitoes.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Because the Muses never knew their pains.
    They boast their peasants’ pipes, but peasants now
    Resign their pipes and plod behind the plough;
    George Crabbe (1754–1832)

    What does headquarters think these guys came over here for, a sewing circle? They go up playing for keeps. Cops and robbers with rocks in the snowballs. Brass knuckles and lead pipes and a roughneck conviction they can lick any man in the world.
    Dalton Trumbo (1905–1976)