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pillar

 [pil´er]
a supporting column, usually occurring in pairs.
p's of fauces folds of mucous membrane at the sides of the fauces.

pil·lar

(pil'ăr),
A structure or part having a resemblance to a column or pillar.
[L. pila]

pil·lar

(pil'ăr)
A structure or part having a resemblance to a column or pillar.
[L. pila]
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Microsoft spokesman Tom Pilla said the company did not know how much of the source code had been leaked, or how many people may have access to it.
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