pipestem


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pipestem

long, thin and rounded like the stem of a pipe.

pipestem feces
loose feces passed through a stenotic or undilated sphincter.
pipestem liver
one marked by the calcified, fibrosed bile ducts of chronic fascioliasis.
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The 14th annual Culturefest World Music and Arts Festival will take over Appalachian South Folklife Center in Pipestem, WV September 7-10 with a weekend long immersion in the creative arts.
Mine Permit: the Carolin Mine, McMaster Zone, Pipestem Mine and Emancipation Mine all occur within the current mine permit area.
Some developers want sites visible from a thoroughfare, not, as one described, in a pipestem location.
Even when national Indian leaders visited, they were treated like usurpers rather than as people with expertise that might have been useful (including one of the occupation's early attorneys, Browning Pipestem, who shows up in Johnson's book with nothing identifying him as one of the most well-known people then and now in Indian affairs).
For instance, in "Hamlet Kills Polonius," one of several theatrical paintings, the bodies of both killer and victim look beetle-like; and Polonius, with his pipestem legs in the air, might be a dead insect.
They further agreed that a one-eighth pager would not have caused the flareup that had reduced my eyebrows to pipestem cleaners.
By using a number of pipestem or flag lots, the builder was able to create numerous cul-de-sacs (which his research showed young families preferred) on curvilinear streets.
As Veronica Pipestem, an Osage annuitant, writes, blood memory is the "feeling of being surrounded, almost smothered, by that which is right in front of us and inside of us but escapes articulation.
This unique single-family home, located on the first pipestem lot to be developed in Arlington County under a new special use permit process, features a living green roof and an advanced storm water management system.
This year is dedicated to dance and some of the highlights include World Champion hoop dancer Arik Pipestem (of Cirque de Solei's Totem), Raven Spirit Dancer (Vancouver), Untitled|Collective (NYC), the second development of the contemporary dance piece, They Shoot Buffalo, Don't They?
Bordered by Bluestone State Park to the north and Pipestem State Park to the south, more than 3,000 acres of the Bluestone River and its corridor are managed by the National Park Service as a scenic and remote tributary of the New River and Bluestone Lake, formed by Bluestone Dam.