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pipe

Drug slang
noun
(1) Crack pipe;
(2) Marijuana pipe;
(3) Regionally popular term for a vein into which a drug is injected.

verb To mix drugs with other substances.
 
Research
See Leaky pipe.
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The first and most common for underground distribution piping is conventional heat fusion where heat is applied with an external heating plate.
"Hot Water Distribution System Piping Heat Loss Factors, Both In Air and Buried - Phase II Test Results", ASHRAE paper no.
Inherently lightweight and easier to support than metallic piping systems, CPVC piping also allows for quick installation.
Install calibrated pressure gauges at the compressor discharge: discharge of air treatment, dryers and filters; distribution piping; and points of use, including the manifold of a dust collector.
Unfortunately, the piping plover won't feed in such muck, and thus must compete with people for space on the beach.
The developer and provider of Fusible PVC piping systems is Underground Solutions Inc.
In both cases, the straight sections of the piping were approximately 21 ft (6.4 m) long.
The Code of Federal Regulations currently prohibits using plastic piping for natural gas distribution with pressures over 100 psig.
High vacuum levels can draw all the water out of the seal tank, leaving the seal piping open to the atmosphere.
Corrosion resistant plastic lined piping systems are useful for certain waste carrying applications.
According to Chris Weinrich of Cincinnati Milacron, flying-knife or rotary blades work best when producing small-diameter piping. Lately, however, more and more PVC processors have been coiling their product anyway, making cutting less of an issue.
While most piping installations vary only slightly from those of decades ago, new regulations and technologies are forcing a reevaluation of piping systems.