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PIPE, Eng. laid. The name of a roll in the exchequer otherwise called the Great Roll. A measure containing two hogsheads; one hundred and twenty-six gallons is also called a pipe.

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PIPA was announced as a Marine Protected Area, defined by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as a "clearly defined geographical space, recognized, dedicated and managed, through legal or other effective means, to achieve the long-term conservation of nature.
We are deeply concerned that PIPA and SOPA's impact on piracy will be negligible compared to the potential damage that would be caused to legitimate Internet services.
The sponsors of SOPA and PIPA claim that the bills are intended to thwart web
Before Smith stated his plan to take out the DNS blocking provisions, Napier discussed the harm of DNS blocking and why Texas businesses, such as Rackspace, are opposed to the SOPA and PIPA legislation.
On the other hand, while Twitter signed an open letter in the New York Times in November 2011 criticising the measures carried by the bills SOPA and PIPA, the company's head Dick Costolo said that "closing a business world in response to an issue of national policy is stupid.
The best practices developed by the PIPA Committee will provide valuable tools and guidance for local officials as they try to balance economic development, public safety and protection of important energy infrastructure," said Chuck Lesniak, environmental policy program manger with the Austin Watershed Protection Department, who provided technical assistance and staff support for Mayor Leffingwell.
These results track with the most recent polling by PIPA from May 2009.
During the inaugural PIPA meeting on January 15, 2008, stakeholder representatives presented material to illustrate the challenges they will face, potential benefits that risk-informed guidance can offer, and need to work jointly to reduce the risks associated with land use near pipeline rights of way.
Steven Kull of PIPA comments, "Few want to slam the brakes on globalization, though many want to press the brakes lightly.
An employee complained that PIPA had been contravened and that a private conversation between the employee and another had been intercepted.
Albarn's band includes a glass harmonica, an ondes Martenot - the 1920s electronic instrument made famous by science fiction scores, and Chinese instruments like the pipa, a type of lute.
State-owned steel maker PT Krakatau Steel plans to divest a portion of its shares in subsidiaries PT Krakatau Pipa and PT Krakatau Platinum Nusantara to raise cash to help finance an expansion plan in South Kalimantan.