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Pipy

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Pipy Like a pipe; hollow-stemmed.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • pipy Resembling a pipe; formed like a tube; tubular; hollow-stemmed.
    • pipy Inclined to pipe or wrinkle on the grain. See pipe, intransitive verb, 6.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Pipy pī′pi like a pipe: tubular.
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Usage

In literature:

As a New Year's greeting a shower of arrows from a new tribe, the Pipis, fell amongst them.
"The Romance of the Colorado River" by Frederick S. Dellenbaugh
We shall have to be back in the Pipi Valley by the spring-time.
"Pierre And His People, [Tales of the Far North], Complete" by Gilbert Parker
Pipi, or Ruiz, selected such as he liked, and made them stand in a row.
"A Visit To The United States In 1841" by Joseph Sturge
Below, in the mud, are boundless stores of pipi (cockles), and other shell-fish and eels.
"Brighter Britain! (Volume 1 of 2)" by William Delisle Hay
The Maori name is Pi-Pipi.
"Beautiful Shells of New Zealand" by E. G. B. Moss
This was Kane-kua-ana, who was said to have brought the pipi (oysters) to Ewa.
"Legends of Gods and Ghosts (Hawaiian Mythology)" by W. D. (William Drake) Westervelt
It was more astounding even than the school-house at Pipis.
"Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 65, No. 403, May, 1849" by Various
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In poetry:

With which she calls: Pipi! Pipi!
Would draw Jove's eagle from his throne;
Yes, Venus' turtle doves, I wean,
And the vain peacock e'en,
Would come, I swear,
Soon as that tone had reach'd them through the air.
"Lily's Menagerie" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

In news:

From Pipi 's Pasture: Joining Cloverbuds.
From Pipi 's Pasture: Hunting season back then.
This past Saturday, as Pipi ate hay in the pasture next to my cottage office, I was thinking about the fall time of year when I was a kid growing up on the ranch on Morapos Creek.
Vincent Williamson of Hermosa Beach skateboards along the Strand in Hermosa Beach, pulled by his dogs, "El Churro" and "Little Pipi".
Pablo Aslan, Pablo Ziegler, Pipi Piazzolla and more at Jazz at Lincoln Center.
From Pipi's Pasture: Hunting season back then.
Listen to Davey D & Lina Girl at 7:30 am and Primetime Pipi at 4:30 to win your exclusive access to the Throwback Jam on November 17th at The Republik.
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In science:

Notice that the special state (cid:229)i piPi de fined above is a particular case of density matrix, since it is a mixture of eigenstates of the observable X.
An invitation to quantum tomography (II)
The used f eas(ρ, Ot ) function assumes that the robot is a punctual object (dimensionless) in the space, and therefore, if all segments −−−−→pipi+1 of the path do not collide with any object oj ∈ Ot, we say that the path is in Cf ree .
Combining a Probabilistic Sampling Technique and Simple Heuristics to solve the Dynamic Path Planning Problem
Here we used the fact that the Di were chosen such that γpipi+1 ⊂ Di and therefore Ci ⊂ Di, so for Di on the upper plane, ∂Di is homotopic to −Ai .
Supersymmetric Gauge Theories from String Theory
We therefore use the path ˜γk l from (5.11) that was chosen m and, for large ˆN, in such a way that the equation of motion (5.41) has solutions s∗ Ci ⊂ γpipi+1 .
Supersymmetric Gauge Theories from String Theory
Let s(i) ∈ R be the length coordinate on γpipi+1, so that s(i) runs over all of R.
Supersymmetric Gauge Theories from String Theory
Furthermore, ˜σi (λm) only depends on the number ˆNi of eigenvalues in ˜γk l ∩ Di = γpipi+1 .
Supersymmetric Gauge Theories from String Theory
Now that these numbers have been fixed, there is precisely one solution to the equations of motion, i.e. a unique saddle-point configuration, up to permutations of the eigenvalues, on each γpipi+1 .
Supersymmetric Gauge Theories from String Theory
As discussed above, it is important that we have chosen the γpipi+1 to support this saddle point configuration close to the critical point µi of W .
Supersymmetric Gauge Theories from String Theory
Jz = ǫij xipj − ξ 2 (θpipi + ηxixi ) = Jz − where Jz = ǫij xi pj is the z -component of the orbital angular momentum in commutative space. ˆJz and ˆH2 commute each other.
Test of Quantum Effects of Spatial Noncommutativity using Modified Electron Momentum Spectroscopy
For example, we use Li∈I piPi, where Pi∈I pi = 1, to denote a process obtained by several applications of the probabilistic choice operator.
Characterisations of Testing Preorders for a Finite Probabilistic pi-Calculus
Cα,β Ep [T ] within an o(1) term, where Ep is expectation with respect to the weighted probability measure Pp = Pk i=1 piPi and the L-numbers {Li }, formally introduced in (2.1), provide overshoot corrections that allow us to achieve this refined asymptotic optimality property.
Almost optimal sequential tests of discrete composite hypotheses
Let A and B be point on L as in Figure 4 such that |AB | > |PiPi+1 |.
The Dirichlet problem for minimal surfaces equation and Plateau problem at infinity
If arcs of the form pipi (i.e., loops) were allowed, D would have been called a pseudodigraph according to some authors (see, e.g., Chartrand and Lesniak (1996)).
Extension of One-Dimensional Proximity Regions to Higher Dimensions
For i > 0, let T ′ i be the tree obtained from Ti−1 by removing the parent edge of pi and adding the edge pipi−1, obtaining a pi –rooted tree (not a shortest-path tree).
Linear-Space Approximate Distance Oracles for Planar, Bounded-Genus, and Minor-Free Graphs
Nonrelativistic limit: |~p|/m ≪ 1: The above procedure and eq.(3.8) simplifies in the nonrelativistic limt of low velocities, v ≪ 1, or where the particle kinetic energy is much smaller than its mass energy, |pipi | ≪ m2 .
Dilatonic effects on a falling test mass in scalar-tensor theory
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