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papillary intralymphatic angioendothelioma

A malignant tumour of the dermis or subcutis, primarily of the buttocks and thigh, which may occur any place.

pila

(pī′lă) plural.pilae [L., pillar]
A pillar-like spicule in spongy bone.
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Likely to have derived considerable benefit from that first outing in well over seven months, Vic The Piler is fancied to overcome a 4lb increase in the weights and resume winning ways.
"I wanted to run Bob The Piler in the Pierse Hurdle at Leopardstown, but he bruised a foot before Christmas and I was unable to give him a run before for experience.
Zulfiqar Shah of Piler said that the situation of these landless peasants was similar to that of slaves.
The delegation, comprising Cindy Berman, head of Modern Slavery Strategy, and Ben Rutledge, senior adviser on UNGPs on business and human rights, along with members of PILER, is currently in Pakistan holding meetings with officials from the government departments, civil society, chambers, trade association and private businessmen.
The main buyer, German company KIK Textilien, had provided $1 million as immediate relief after signing an MoU with PILER. The amount was distributed through a commission appointed by the Sindh High Court and headed by Justice (Retd) Rahmat Hussain Jaffery.
Further more the PILER and NTUF jointly moved to ILO, for the purpose and made an agreement with ILO to get compensation from German Company KIK.
The Head of PILER, Karamat Ali, Deputy Secretary-General of National Trade Union Federation Nasir Mansoor, Secretary Labour Abdul Rasheed Solangi, Commissioner SESSI, Dr Nasimul Ghani Sahto, Director Labour Sindh Khadim Hussain Butto, officers of Labour Bux Ali Mahar and others attended the signing ceremony.
He was talking to a delegation from Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (PILER) at Sindh Governor's House here, the Punjab Governor who was instrumental in getting the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) Plus status for Pakistani garments products for European market.
Vic The Piler (1.20 Hexham, nap) Won two out of three last season and begins life in handicaps on a fair mark.
Nicky Richards's confidence behind the chance on Bob The Piler in the Doug Moscrop, Racing Journalist of the Year Handicap Hurdle proved well founded with the eight-year-old running out a convincing winner.
Mr Woodentop was the final leg of a treble for Dobbin, who had opened his account on Nicky Richards' Bob The Piler, a five-length winner of the second division of the Builder Center Novices' Hurdle.