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Pilot (Cold Feet)
Cold Feet is a British television pilot directed by Declan Lowney. It stars James Nesbitt and Helen Baxendale as Adam and Rachel, a couple who meet and fall in love, only for the relationship to break down when he gets cold feet. John Thomson, Fay Ripley, Hermione Norris and Robert Bathurst appear in supporting roles

Pilot (Dirty Sexy Money)
"Pilot" is the first episode of the ABC television series, Dirty Sexy Money. The episode was written by Craig Wright and was directed by Peter Horton

Pilot (Everybody Loves Raymond)
"The Pilot" is the first episode of the American television situation comedy Everybody Loves Raymond.The episode was directed by Michael Lembeck and written by Philip Rosenthal.-Plot:

Pilot (From the Album of the Same Name)
Pilot is the 1974 debut album by Pilot, containing the international hit "Magic". The album was initially released in 1974 by EMI, and later re-released on CD by EMI Japan in 1990 and by C-Five Records, in 1991.Ian Bairnson plays guitar on this album but, at the time, was not a group member

Pilot (Gossip Girl)
"Pilot" is the first episode of the CW television series, Gossip Girl. The episode was written by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage and directed by Mark Piznarski. The episode debuted as a free download available on ITunes on September 14, 2007, five days before the series' initial broadcast

Pilot (House)
"Pilot", also known as "Everybody Lies", is the first episode of the U.S. television series House. The episode premiered on the Fox network on November 16, 2004. It introduces the character of Dr. Gregory House —a maverick antisocial doctor—and his team of diagnosticians at the fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey

Pilot (How I Met Your Mother episode)
"Pilot" is the first episode of the television series How I Met Your Mother. It originally aired on September 19, 2005.- Plot :The episode begins in 2030 with an older Ted Mosby telling his children the story of how he met their mother

Pilot (icebreaker)
Pilot was a Russian icebreaker, the world's first steam-powered and metal-ship icebreaker of modern type.Pilot had originally been built as a steam-powered propeller tug. It had the bow altered to achieve an ice-clearing capability . Conversion had been done in 1864 under an order of its owner, the local merchant Mikhail Britnev

Pilot (Knots Landing)
"Pilot" is the first episode in the first season of the television spin-off of Dallas, Knots Landing.-Plot:It is explained that with the help of Miss Ellie, Gary and Valene Ewing were reunited after seventeen years

Pilot (Life on a Stick)
"Pilot" is the pilot episode of the television show Life on a Stick. It was written by Victor Fresco, directed by Andy Ackerman, and first aired on March 25, 2005. It followed American Idol, with strong initial ratings which gave FOX its strongest numbers in six years. "Pilot" was delayed one day in its debut

Pilot (One Tree Hill)
"Pilot" is the first episode of One Tree Hills first season. It first aired on The WB television network in the United States on September 23, 2003. It was written by Mark Schwahn and directed by Bryan Gordon. It saw John Keenan and Melissa Claire Egan guest star as Officer Wayman and Melody, respectively

Pilot (operating system)
Pilot was a single-user, multitasking operating system designed by Xerox PARC in early 1977. Pilot was written in the Mesa programming language, totalling about 24,000 lines of code.

Pilot (Sabrina)
The pilot episode of the TV series Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, first aired September 27, 1996.-Plot:The episode begins with Sabrina Spellman floating above her bed on her 16th birthday. At breakfast the next day, she is told by her two aunts that she is a witch, but does not believe them

Pilot (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles)
Pilot is the premiere episode of the American science fiction television series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. It first aired on January 13, 2008 in the United States.-Plot:

Pilot (The Big Bang Theory episode)
The second pilot of The Big Bang Theory originally aired on September 24, 2007. It was written by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, and directed by James Burrows

Pilot (The Closer)
In the pilot episode of The Closer, the arrival of Deputy Chief Brenda Johnson, the new head of the LAPD’s Priority Murder Squad, interrupts a seemingly routine murder investigation. An outsider from Atlanta in her first week of service, Brenda has already begun to face the resistance of long-time high-ranking officers, particularly Capt

Pilot (The Notwist song)
"Pilot" is the lead single from the 2002 album Neon Golden by German electronica band The Notwist.-Track listing:#"Pilot" – 4:29#"Pilot" – 4:54#"Different Cars and Trains" – 5:46

Pilot (The Shield TV Series)
"Pilot" is the first episode of the FX crime drama television series The Shield. It was written by series creator Shawn Ryan, directed by Clark Johnson, and originally aired on March 12, 2002

Pilot (Twin Peaks episode)
The pilot episode of the mystery television series Twin Peaks premiered on the ABC Network on Sunday, April 8, 1990. It was written by series creators Mark Frost and David Lynch, and directed by Lynch. The pilot follows the characters of Dale Cooper and Harry S

Pilot (What I Like About You)
"The Pilot" is the 1st episode of the first season of the now defunct WB Network comedy What I Like About You. It originally aired on September 20, 2002.-Synopsis:

Pilot hole
A pilot hole is a smaller hole drilled into a material prior to a larger hole being drilled, widening the hole to the desired width. Drilling a pilot hole prevents a larger drill bit from slipping on the material - a potential safety hazard, as well as an increased likelihood of the work being damaged

Pilotage is the use of fixed visual references on the ground or sea by means of sight or radar to guide oneself to a destination, sometimes with the help of a map or nautical chart. People use pilotage for activities such as guiding vessels and aircraft, hiking and Scuba diving

Piloti (band)
Piloti is a Serbian rock band from Belgrade. Formed in 1981, and initially immersed in the Yugoslav New Wave scene, the band later moved towards mainstream pop rock, they came to prominence in the 1980s and early 1990s as one of the leading pop rock acts in former Yugoslavia

Pilsener (disambiguation)
Pilsener may refer to:* anything from the town of Plzeň or Pilsen* Pilsner, a type of beer** Beer glassware#Pilsner glass, a variety of beer glass** Mash ingredients#Pilsner malt, a type of brewing malt

Pilu is a raga of Indian classical music. It is mostly used in light-classical forms, like the Khayal, of north Indian classical style.-Aroha & Avaroha :Arohana'P 'N S g m P N S''N S G m P N S'S G m P D S'S R m P N S'Avarohana

Pīlu is the common name of two species of tree .Mentioned in Mahābhārata.The name may also refer to the fruit of Pīlu tree, or to the blossoms of Saccharum sara.

Pilum (disambiguation)
Pilum is the heavy javelin of the Roman legions.Pilum may also refer to:* Pilum

Pilz may refer to:Pilz is also the name of the following companies:* Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, a company working in the field of safe automation technology, named after Hermann Pilz* Pilz , a German record labelPilz can also refer to:

- Computing :* Parallel inference machine, an intended fifth generation computer* Personal information management, the study and practice of information management by individuals* Personal information manager, a portable appliance

Pimenta may refer to:* Pimenta , a genus of plants that includes allspice* Pimenta, Minas Gerais, a Brazilian municipality* Pimenta Bueno, Rondônia, a Brazilian municipality* Chocolate com Pimenta, a Brazilian novela

Piminodine is an opioid analgesic that is an analogue of pethidine . It was used in medicine briefly during the 1960s and 70s, but has largely fallen out of clinical use. It was used particularly for obstetric analgesia and in dental procedures and, like pethidine, could be combined with hydroxyzine to intensify the effects

Pimlico is a small area of central London in the City of Westminster. Like Belgravia, to which it was built as a southern extension, Pimlico is known for its grand garden squares and impressive Regency architecture.

A pimp is an agent for prostitutes who collects part of their earnings. The pimp may receive this money in return for advertising services, physical protection, or for providing a location where she may engage clients

A pimple, zit or spot is a kind of acne, and one of the many results of excess oil getting trapped in the pores. Some of the varieties are pustules or papules.

A pin is a device used for fastening objects or material together.Pin may also refer to:* Award pin, a small piece of metal or plastic with a pin attached given as an award for some achievement

PIN may be an abbreviation for:* Personal identification number, a password used to access an automated teller machine or other secured system** Blackberry PIN, an eight character hexadecimal identification number assigned to a BlackBerry device

Pin (amateur wrestling)
A pin, or fall, is a victory condition in various forms of wrestling that is met by holding an opponent's shoulders or scapulae on the wrestling mat for a prescribed period of time. This article deals with the pin as it is defined in amateur wrestling.In amateur wrestling, a pin ends the match regardless of when it occurs

Peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase NIMA-interacting 1 is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the PIN1 gene.-Interactions:PIN1 has been shown to interact with CSNK2A2, Casein kinase 2, alpha 1, Wee1-like protein kinase, FOXO4, CDC25C, CDC27, MYT1, PLK1, MPHOSPH1, DAB2, P53, PKMYT1, C-jun, SUPT5H, Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 3 and Mothers against decapentaplegic

Peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase NIMA-interacting 4 is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the PIN4 gene.-Further reading:

Pinaceae are trees or shrubs, including many of the well-known conifers of commercial importance such as cedars, firs, hemlocks, larches, pines and spruces. The family is included in the order Pinales, formerly known as Coniferales. Pinaceae are supported as monophyletic by its protein-type sieve cell plastids, pattern of proembryogeny, and lack of bioflavonoids

Pinacol is a white solid organic compound.-Preparation:It may be produced by the pinacol coupling reaction from acetone:-Reactions:As a vicinal-diol, it can rearrange to pinacolone by the pinacol rearrangement, e.g

A pinafore is a sleeveless garment worn as an apron.Pinafores may be worn by girls as a decorative garment and by both girls and women as a protective apron. A related term is pinafore dress, which is British English for what in American English is known as a jumper dress, i.e

Pincer may refer to:*Pincer *Pincer , part of an animal*Pincer ligand, a terdentate, often planar molecule that tightly binds a variety of metal ions.*Pingas

Pinch may refer to:* Pinch , the gripping of part of a substance, such as a powder or the skin* Pinch , a very small amount of an ingredient, typically salt or a spice* Pinch, West Virginia-Mathematics and Science:

Pinch hitter (cricket)
In cricket, pinch hitter is the usual term for a batsman promoted up the batting order in order to score quick runs. As attempting to score runs quickly involves playing more aggressive shots and thus an increased likelihood of being dismissed, it is generally considered unwise for a top-order batsman to attempt this

-Cast:* Harold Lloyd - The Boy* Snub Pollard* Bebe Daniels* William Blaisdell* Sammy Brooks* Bud Jamison* Margaret Joslin - * Gus Leonard* Fred C. Newmeyer* Charles Stevenson* Dorothea Wolbert

Pinchers born Delroy Thompson, 12 April 1965, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae and dancehall artist.He released one album as a teenager in Jamaica for Blue Trac Records, before moving to the UK in 1985.

A pincho or pintxo is the name of certain snacks typically eaten in bars, traditional in northern Spain and especially popular in the Basque country. They are usually eaten in bars or taverns as a small snack while hanging out with friends or relatives; thus, they have a strong socializing component, and they are usually regarded as a cornerstone of Basque culture and society

A pincushion is a small cushion, typically 3–5 cm across, which is used in sewing to store pins or needles with their heads protruding so as to take hold of them easily, collect them, and keep them organized.

Pincushion (song)
"Pincushion" is a song by rock band ZZ Top, released from their 1994 album, Antenna. The song spent four weeks at the top of the US Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and became a pop hit in the UK as well, peaking at #15 on the UK Singles Chart.

Pine nut
Pine nuts are the edible seeds of pines . About 20 species of pine produce seeds large enough to be worth harvesting; in other pines the seeds are also edible, but are too small to be of great value as a human food.

Pine Tree (album)
Pine Tree is an album in 2002 by Kangta. This is Kangta's second solo album. This album has more of a jazz/funk feel.-Track listing:# 햇살 # Happy Happy# 사랑은 기억보다 # Propose# 바다 # 고백 # The Best# 노을

Pines may refer to:*Pine, coniferous trees of the genus Pinus, in the family Pinaceae*PINES or Public Information Network for Electronic Services- People with the surname :

Pinfold, in Medieval Britain, is an area where stray animals were rounded up if their owners failed to properly supervise their use of common grazing land

Ping is a computer network administration utility used to test the reachability of a host on an Internet Protocol network and to measure the round-trip time for messages sent from the originating host to a destination computer

Ping (short story)
"Ping" is a short story written by Samuel Beckett written in French in 1966, and later translated into English by the author and published in 1967. The story was originally written as a segment of The Lost Ones

Ping Pong (album)
Ping Pong is a 1994 EP by the post-rock band Stereolab. Three limited 7" runs were released in green, black, and pink colors.All four of its tracks were later re-released on the Oscillons from the Anti-Sun compilation.-Track listing:

Ping Pong (disambiguation)
Ping pong is a popular name for the game of table tennis.In film:* Ping Pong , a British film* Ping Pong , a 2002 Japanese manga-adaptation film* Ping Pong Playa, a 2007 film directed by Jessica YuIn music:

Pinga (disambiguation)
Pinga or Pingas may refer to:Beverages* Cachaça, a distilled sugarcane beverage popular in Brazil. Pingas is the term used primarily in São Paulo and other parts of Southern Brazil.Mythology

Pinger may refer to:*Ping'er, fictional character in Dream of the Red Chamber*Methylenedioxymethamphetamine*Underwater locator beacon

Pinguicula alpina
Pinguicula alpina, also known as the alpine butterwort, is species of carnivorous plant native to high latitudes and altitudes throughout Eurasia. It is one of the most widespread Pinguicula species, being found in mountainous regions from Iceland to the Himalayas

A pinhead is the head of a pin.Pinhead may also refer to:* A telemark skier* A juvenile cricket* Pinhead; A very dull or stupid person according to the Merriam Webster Online Dictionary