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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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The Mughlai appetizer angara boti came piping hot in a copper container.
Then put a sachet of tea and pour directly into the piping hot water.
24 March 2015 - US-based Saban Brands announced has added the Australian surf brand Piping Hot to its portfolio of fashion and lifestyle brands, the company said on Tuesday.
Cover and gently simmer for 15 minutes until turkey is piping hot.
If preferred, cook the day before and reheat until piping hot on the day.
Despite being piping hot, my dad would break up the roti into small pieces and mash the pieces together, merging the butter, sugar, and roti.
The chaiwalla used to loan comic books and we used to sit at his stall and read comics for hours while we gorged on his homemade crispy mathis and piping hot chai.
For mains, the buffet features Arabic and Indian options, with shawarmas made fresh and naan and other breads served piping hot.
Both John and Akshay are known for their mad antics on the screen and this one, sure, will be piping hot. The idea is to show them in a bar where they end up taking off their clothes.
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.