pil

(redirected from Pyle)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

pil

abbreviation for the Latin words pilula, "pill," and pilulae, "pills."

PIL

Abbreviation for:
patient information leaflet
person information leaflet 
pegylated immunoliposome

pil

L. pilula, pill, or pilulae, pills.
References in periodicals archive ?
More About Orlando Vacation Homes Realty: Terry Pyle founded Orlando Vacation Homes in 1996 and has over 19 years of experience buying, renting and selling.
It did a good job on flat lumber, but if it was cupped it would remove more material from one side and make it more difficult to process, which resulted in yield loss," Pyle explains.
Pyle has extensive leadership experience in the Asia-Pacific region, most recently as president of Light Vehicle Driveline Technologies and president of Asia-Pacific at Dana.
Pyle said rainstorms of the intensity predicted for this weekend are unusual for this time of year.
District Judge Andrew Meachin asked the probation service to prepare a report and told Pyle he could face jail for his crimes.
Mr Pyle s last overseas posting was in Nairobi where he spent five years, the last of which was on secondment to the United Nations Political Office for Somalia, working on a broad range of security, conflict, governance and development issues in Somalia.
His successes convinced Pyle that it was direct experience infused into a two-dimensional image that produced the best illustration results.
We were sitting with all this high production equipment ready to go, but large production runs were no longer in demand by our primary customers [cabinet manufacturers and retail lumberyards]," Pyle says.
In each of my first two sections in following, therefore, I will focus on the full battery of ordinary cultural vocabularies that Pyle and Finkel, respectively, posit as central to political obligation in their particular moment: Pyle in his post-New Deal renderings of war production at home and on European battlefronts; Finkel, in depicting a post-9/11 counterinsurgency campaign in the Middle East.
As Fowler tells us, Pyle "had taken a good degree--well, in one of those subjects that Americans can take degrees in: perhaps public relations or theatrecraft, perhaps even Far Eastern Studies (he had read a lot of books)" (Greene 1977, 21).
Such works include James Tobin's biography of Ernie Pyle and Vincent Sheen's work on Dorothy Thompson.
Pyle and EIC will bankroll the Friesens while giving them full autonomy to run the airline and investigate potential new markets to expand into Minneapolis, as well as other parts of Ontario.