Ply, Pli, Plies or Plying may refer to:

  • Ply (game theory), a turn in game play
  • PLY (file format) or Polygon File Format
  • Plying, a spinning technique to make yarn
  • Plies (rapper), American rapper
  • Pli, an academic journal
  • Ply, a layer of paper or wood, such as with toilet paper, tissue paper, paper towels or plywood
  • PLY, an implementation of the yacc parsing tool for the Python programming language
  • Tire ply, a layer of cords embedded in the rubber of a tire

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Other articles related to "plies":

Da REAList - Chart Performance
... It is Plies lowest charting album to date, with spended twenty weeks on the Billboard 200 ... Plies was one of the few to speak out against the belt-less pants ban in southern cities ... - Plies ” Da REAList spawned three singles The album's lead single, "Put It on Ya", became one of Plies biggest hits, reaching number 31 on the U.S ...
I Wanna Love You (Akon Song) - Background
... Rapper Plies was originally the performer of this song, but Akon replaced his verses with those of Snoop Dogg's for commercial reasons ... Plies was arrested on July 2, 2006 for illegal gun possession while two of his people were charged with attempted murder after a shooting broke out at 238 West Nightclub ... Plies was performing a concert when he was informed that his show would be cut 15 minutes short in order to give time to Lil' Boosie to perform right ...
Ply (game Theory)
... Thus, after 20 moves in a chess game, 40 plies have been completed—20 by white and 20 by black ... so for example to say that a game is 250 moves long is to imply 250 plies ... search to a depth of between six and sixteen plies to a maximum of forty plies in some situations ...

Famous quotes containing the word plies:

    On Wenlock Edge the wood’s in trouble;
    His forest fleece the Wrekin heaves;
    The gale, it plies the saplings double,
    And thick on Severn snow the leaves.
    —A.E. (Alfred Edward)

    Is it not in the most absolute simplicity that real genius plies its pinions the most wonderfully?
    —E.T.A.W. (Ernst Theodor Amadeus Wilhelm)

    The wounded surgeon plies the steel
    That questions the distempered part;
    Beneath the bleeding hands we feel
    The sharp compassion of the healer’s art
    Resolving the enigma of the fever chart.
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)