Pilon

The distal end of the tibia – from the French for a stump, or a pestle. Fractures of the distal tibial metaphysic caused by axial load failure are called “pilon fractures�
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Pilon

Pi·lon' noun [ Spanish , sugar loaf.] [ Spanish Amer.] 1. A conical loaf of sugar. 2. A gratuity given by tradesmen to customers settling their accounts. [ Southern U. S.]
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Pilon

• (n.) A conical loaf of sugar. • (n.) A gratuity given by tradesmen to customers settling their accounts.
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Pilón

Pilón is a Cuban musical form and a popular dance created in the 1950s, its creation is often attributed to bandleader and singer Pacho Alonso. The rhythms of Pilón are based on the motions of pounding sugarcane. It was named for the town of Pilón, on the southern coast of Cuba. ...
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