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Pig (short story)
"Pig" is a macabre short story by Roald Dahl that was published in Dahl's 1960 collection Kiss Kiss. The world it presents is one that is cruel and violent

Pig (song)
"Pig" is a Dave Matthews Band song from the album Before These Crowded Streets. The song evolved from an earlier tune entitled "Don't Burn the Pig", which was written about a television program Dave Matthews viewed in England where pigs were burned to test their reaction to pain

Pig iron (disambiguation)
Pig iron can refer to:*Pig iron, an intermediate form of iron produced from iron ore and is subsequently worked into steel or wrought iron*Pig Iron - The Album by Anti-Nowhere League*Pig Iron Theatre Company, a theater group located in Philadelphia, PA

Pig's ear (food)
Pig's ear, as food for human consumption, is literally the cooked ear of pig. It is found in a number of cuisines around the world.-Chinese cuisine:-General:

Phosphatidylinositol N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase subunit A is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the PIGA gene.-Further reading:

Pigeon (cigarette)
Pigeon is a brand of cigarettes produced in Portugal.There are 11 cigarettes in each pack and they measure 70mm each.

Pigeonhole may refer to:*Pigeonholes, nesting spaces formed in a dovecote *Pigeonhole, one of the boxes in a pigeon coop

Pigeonholing is a term used to describe processes that attempt to classify disparate entities into a small number of categories .

Piggy bank
Piggy bank is the traditional name of a coin accumulation and storage receptacle; it is most often, but not exclusively, used by children. The piggy bank is known to collectors as a "still bank" as opposed to the "mechanical banks" popular in the early 20th century. These items are also often used by corporations for promotional purposes

Piggybacking may refer to:*Piggy-back , something that is riding on the back of something else*Piggybacking , when an authorized person allows others to pass through a secure door

Piggybacking (internet access)
Piggybacking on Internet access is the practice of establishing a wireless Internet connection by using another subscriber's wireless Internet access service without the subscriber's explicit permission or knowledge. It is a legally and ethically controversial practice, with laws that vary by jurisdiction around the world

Piggybacking (security)
In security, piggybacking refers to when a person tags along with another person who is authorized to gain entry into a restricted area, or pass a certain checkpoint. The act may be legal or illegal, authorized or unauthorized, depending on the circumstances

-Livestock:* Piglet , the young of the domestic pig* Suckling pig, often consumed as food* Roasted piglet, a Serbian dish of roast meat, not necessarily pork-Other:* Piglet , the fictional character from A. A

A pigment is a material that changes the color of reflected or transmitted light as the result of wavelength-selective absorption. This physical process differs from fluorescence, phosphorescence, and other forms of luminescence, in which a material emits light.Many materials selectively absorb certain wavelengths of light

Pignolo is a red Italian wine grape grown predominantly in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of northeast Italy. Believed to have been cultivated in the hills of Rosazzo, the grape is now a prominent variety in the Colli Orientali del Friuli Denominazione di origine controllata

A pigpen is literally a pen that holds pigs, also known as a sty. Pigpen may refer to:* Pig-Pen, a character in Charles M. Schulz's comic strip Peanuts* Pigsty , a film by Pier Paolo Pasolini

PIGS is a four letter acronym that can stand for:* PIGS , Phosphatidylinositol glycan anchor biosynthesis, class S, a human gene* PIGS , the economies of Portugal, Italy , Greece and Spain

PIGS (economics)
PIGS is an acronym used to refer to the economies of Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain. Originally, the term was used to group these economies as being similar economic environments. Since the European sovereign debt crisis, with the addition of Ireland, the term is used to group European economies facing particular financial crisis

Pigs (film)
Pigs is a 2007 Canadian teen comedy directed by Karl DiPelino. The title refers to the slang meaning of the word pig, an egoist; someone who disregards others' feelings and acts out of self-interest.-Plot:

PIGS (genetics)
GPI transamidase component PIG-S is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the PIGS gene.-Further reading:

Pigskin may refer to:*Leather made from a pig's skin*Football *Pork rinds*Pigskin 621 A.D., an arcade game

In the context of hairstyles, the usage of the term pigtail shows considerable variation. According to most dictionaries, a pigtail is a braid of tightly woven hair. The name is based on the short, thin and kinked tail of a pig, referring to the way a short, tight braid may stand out from the scalp through asymmetric tension of the weave

Pigtails (Franciscus Henri album)
Pigtails is an album by Franciscus Henri released in 1975 on Crest Records.-Track listing:#Entertaining#Sing#Old Witch#I Love#Randolph the Rat#Shimmer Swimmer#What’s it Like?#Playing the Piano#Pigtails#Hi-Lilly Hi-Lo# What Can You Do?#Snail

Piia is a Finnish and Estonian feminine given name. Piias mentioned in Wikipedia* Piia Pantsu , a Finnish equestrian rider* Piia-Noora Kauppi , a Finnish politician

- People :* Fong Chong Pik , Malaysian politician* Pik Botha , former South African politician* Tzvika Pick, Israeli composer and singer- Places :*Shek Pik, Hong Kong*Pik Talgar, Kazakhstan*Pik Tandykul, Central Asia

Pikajuna is a roller coaster located at Linnanmäki in Helsinki. It was known as City Express during 1990–2003 seasons, but when Linnanmäki started a new naming policy in 2004, using only Finnish names for its rides, the ride was renamed Pikajuna

-Transit:*Pike or toll road, a course in which fees are collected. Sometimes a historical name of what once was a toll road.-Fish:*Esox, genus of pikes**Northern pike, common north hemisphere pike*Blue pike or blue walleye, an extinct freshwater fish

Piker may refer to:*Miranda Piker, a character cut from the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl before publicationPiker may also be:*Miser*Pikey*Vagrant

Pikul may refer to:* Valentin Pikul, Russian novelist* Pikul by the band Silversun Pickups* a Javanese traditional unit of weight approximating 61.69 kilogram

Pila (snail)
Pila is a genus of large freshwater snails with an operculum, African and Asian apple snails, aquatic gastropod mollusks in the family Ampullariidae.- Distribution :

Our Lady of the Pillar is the name given to the Blessed Virgin Mary for her claimed appearance during the start of Christianity in Spain. She is considered the Patroness of the country and the Spanish Civil Guard. Her shrine is in the Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar in Zaragoza, by the river Ebro.-St

Pilar is Portuguese and Spanish for pillar. It has assumed a great religious significance due to* Nuestra Señora del Pilar , the name given to the Blessed Virgin Mary for her appearance in Spain, where she is commonly depicted as standing on top of a pillar** María del Pilar , derived from the above, is a common female name in Latin

Pilat is a common surname in Central Europe. It is spelled simply Pilat in Western countries such as France and Austria, Pilát in Czech and Slovak, and Piłat in Polish

Pile (data structure)
A pile is an abstract data structure for storing data in a loosely ordered way. There are two different usages of the term; one refers to an ordered deque, the other to an improved heap.-Ordered deque:

Pile (textile)
In textiles, pile is the raised surface or nap of a fabric, which is made of upright loops or strands of yarn. Examples of pile textiles are carpets, corduroy, velvet, plush, and Turkish towels.. The word is derived from Latin pilus for "hair"

Pile Up
Pile Up is a compilation of singles, B-sides, and rarities by queercore band Pansy Division.The album includes numerous cover songs including "Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly Fond of Each Other", "Real Men", "Jack U Off", and "Smells Like Queer Spirit" .-Track listing:#"I Can't Sleep" – 1:31#"Ring of Joy" – 3:04#"Fuck Buddy" – 2:28#"Cowboys are

Pileus may refer to:*Pileus , a brimless cap*Pileus , the "cap" of a mushroom*Pileus , a cloud formation

Pileus (hat)
The pileus — also pilleus or pilleum — was a cap worn by sailors in Ancient Greece and later copied by Ancient Rome. It was a brimless, felt cap, somewhat similar to a fez

Pilger may refer to:People*John Pilger, Australian journalist*Robert Knud Friedrich Pilger, German botanistPlaces*Pilger, Nebraska, USA*Pilger, Saskatchewan, Canada

A pilgrim is a traveler who is on a journey to a holy place. Typically, this is a physical journeying to some place of special significance to the adherent of a particular religious belief system

Pilgrim (Sara Douglass novel)
Pilgrim is the 1998 fantasy novel by Australian author Sara Douglass. It was first published in Australia as the second part of the "Wayfarer Redemption" series, then republished in the US and most of Europe as the fifth book of the Wayfarer Redemption sextet.-Plot summary:Upon arriving through the Star Gate, the Time Keeper Demons begin 'feeding' by expelling a grey miasma from

A pilgrimage is a journey or search of great moral or spiritual significance. Typically, it is a journey to a shrine or other location of importance to a person's beliefs and faith

Pilgrimage (1933 film)
-Cast:* Henrietta Crosman - Mrs. Hannah Jessop* Heather Angel - Suzanne* Norman Foster - Jim 'Jimmy' Jessop * Lucille La Verne - Mrs. Kelly Hatfield* Maurice Murphy - Gary Worth* Marian Nixon - Mary Saunders

Pilgrimage (Om album)
Pilgrimage is the third studio album by the band Om. It is the band's first release for the Southern Lord label. It was recorded at Electrical Audio by Steve Albini.-Track listing:#"Pilgrimage" – 10:33#"Unitive Knowledge of the Godhead" – 5:50

Pilgrims (short story collection)
Pilgrims is a collection of twelve short stories by American author Elizabeth Gilbert. It was named a New York Times Notable Book, won a Pushcart Prize, and was a finalist for the PEN/Hemingway Award.

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-History:It was inhabited in the prehistoric times, but later it was abandoned at the end of the Roman rule. The town was then first mentioned in 1326. It was destroyed during the ottoman rule in the 16th century, and was reestablished only in 1711, by János Beleznay, the local landlord. He brought Slovak settlers from Upper Hungary, and built a palace in 1717 for himself and his family

Pill or The Pill may refer to:* Pill , referring to anything small and round for a specific dose of medicine. The term is used colloquially in several ways:** A tablet or capsule which replaced dosing via pill

Pill (pharmacy)
A pill is a small, round, solid pharmaceutical oral dosage form that was in use before the advent of tablets and capsules. Pills were made by mixing the active ingredients with an excipient such as glucose syrup in a mortar and pestle to form a paste, then rolling the mass into a long cylindrical shape , and dividing it into equal portions, which were then rolled into

Pillar or Pillars may refer to:* An architectural element, similar to a column* One among a group of principles* Pillar , a Christian rock band* Pillar , the windshield support structure on a car

Pillar box
A pillar box is a free-standing post box. They are found in the United Kingdom and in most former nations of the British Empire, members of the Commonwealth of Nations and British overseas territories, such as the Republic of Ireland, Australia, India and Gibraltar

A pillion is a mostly British English term for a secondary pad, cushion, or seat behind the main seat or saddle on a horse, motorcycle, bicycle or moped

A pillow is a large cushion support for the head, usually used while sleeping in a bed, or for the body as used on a couch or chair. There are also throw pillows , which are pillows that are purely decorative and not designed for support or comfort

Pillow (disambiguation)
-Places:*Jacob's Pillow, historic landmark in Massachusetts*Pillow, Pennsylvania*Pillow Ridge, volcanic ridge in British Columbia, Canada-Music:*The Pillows, Japanese band*The Silly Pillows, American band*Surrealistic Pillow, album by Jefferson Airplane

Pillow fight
A pillow fight is a common game mostly played by young children in which they engage in mock physical conflict, utilizing pillows as weapons.

Pilobolus (dance company)
Pilobolus is a contemporary dance company whose origins are traced to a 1971 Dartmouth College dance class taught by Alison Becker Chase. The group first began performing in October 1971.

Pilocarpine is a parasympathomimetic alkaloid obtained from the leaves of tropical American shrubs from the genus Pilocarpus. It is a non-selective muscarinic receptor agonist in the parasympathetic nervous system, which acts therapeutically at the muscarinic acetylcholine receptor M3 due to its topical application, e.g., in glaucoma and xerostomia.- Clinical :Pilocarpine has

Pilon is a surname, and may refer to:* Alain Pilon , Quebec politician and businessman* Daniel Pilon , Canadian-born actor* Germain Pilon , one of the most important sculptors of the French Renaissance

- Science and technology :* Pilot experiment, a precursor to a full experiment* Pilot light, a flame kept continually burning and used to light burners on household appliances* Pilot signal, or pilot tone, in telecommunications- Biology :

Programmed Instruction, Learning, Or Teaching is a simle historic programming language developed in the 1960s.Like its younger sibling LOGO programming language, it was an early foray into the technology of computer assisted instruction .

Pilot (30 Rock)
The pilot episode of the American situation comedy series 30 Rock premiered on October 10, 2006 on the CTV Television Network in Canada, and October 11, 2006 on NBC in the United States

Pilot (Back to You)
"Pilot" is the first episode of the first season of the situation comedy Back to You. It aired on September 19, 2007.-Plot:In the 90s, Chuck Darling moves from his anchor post at a small T.V. markets news program in Pittsburgh to a much larger market in Denver.Ten years later, Chuck is in L.A

Pilot (Bones)
"Pilot" is the first episode of the television series Bones, which premiered on the FOX network on September 13, 2005. It is written by series creator Hart Hanson and directed by Greg Yaitanes. It introduces the two main characters of the series, Dr

Pilot (Burn Notice)
Pilot is the first episode of Burn Notice, an American television drama series created for the USA Network.A spy kicked out of the agency is stuck in Miami, where he helps locals who can not rely on the police. In the opener, Michael Westen finds himself cut off from his contacts and his cash, so he agrees to help a man clear his name in a high-priced art theft