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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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Then put a sachet of tea and pour directly into the piping hot water.
Established in 1975 in Torquay, and currently celebrating its 40th anniversary, Piping Hot provides products for those immersed in the surf lifestyle.
The crispy tandoori rotis with piping hot kadhi pakoras were so filling and satisfying that I used to find it difficult to stay awake on duty after the meal.
For mains, the buffet features Arabic and Indian options, with shawarmas made fresh and naan and other breads served piping hot.
For instance, I'd write 'The soup was piping hot, just what I needed after tramping home in the rain' instead of thinking a bit and coming up with 'The soup was stomach-warming, just what I needed after tramping home in the rain.
Both John and Akshay are known for their mad antics on the screen and this one, sure, will be piping hot.
However, both the HPA and the Food Standards Agency (FSA) stress that bean sprouts are safe to eat provided that they are washed and cooked until piping hot before consumption or are clearly labelled as ready-to-eat.
It's a bit of a pet hate of mine that so many places serve children's food on piping hot plates that they can't touch and that keeps their food hot for ages.
Top each one with a quarter of the butter and cook for two-three minutes, until cooked through and piping hot.
People who drink their tea piping hot run a higher risk of throat cancer than counterparts who prefer a cooler cuppa, according to an investigation published by the British Medical Journal.
A cleverly designed cup keeps the chocolate piping hot without burning your hands.