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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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He replaced it with a tall, thin pipe fed to him by another man standing in an opening in the chapel's sloped roof.
Notched-jaw handscrew vise Handscrews are ideal for holding cylindrical workpieces if you saw notches in the opposing jaws with your handsaw (one small notch for thin pipe or dowels and another, larger one for big stuff).
Also, decreasing the thickness with a constant diameter increases ED because a thin pipe undergoes more macoscopic deformation prior to fracture than a thicker pipe.