Pilot

A type of fat marker. Prized because it writes wider than a Marks-A-Lot and is made to be refilled.
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pilot

[Verb] To test or try out something by means of a pilot scheme.
Example: Some colleges have been piloting the new national literacy and numeracy tests.
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pilot

[n] - a person qualified to guide ships through difficult waters going into or out of a harbor 2. [n] - someone who is licensed to operate an aircraft in flight
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PILOT

Programmed Inquiry Learning Or Teaching
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pilot

a rod-like or tube-like extension below a downhole tool, such as a mill, that serves to guide the tool into or over another downhole tool or fish.
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Pilot

A small jet of gas that is used to ignite a main gas burner
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Pilot

UK Government's Oils and Gas Industry Task Force set up in 1998 to ensure that the UK's oil and gas industry remains competitive.
Found on http://www.contractorsunlimited.co.uk/glossary.shtml

Pilot

The individual who operates the flying controls of aircraft.
Found on http://www.aeroplanemonthly.com/glossary/

Pilot

Pi'lot noun [ French pilote , probably from Dutch peillood plummet, sounding lead; peilen , pegelen , to sound, measure (fr. D. & German peil , pegel , a sort of measure, water mark) + lood lead, akin to English lead . The pilot, then, is the
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Pilot

Pi'lot transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Piloted ; present participle & verbal noun Piloting .] [ Confer French piloter .] 1. To direct the course of, as of a ship, where navigation is dangerous. 2. Fi
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Pilot

Pi'lot noun 1. (AĆ«ronautics) One who flies, or is qualified to fly, a balloon, an airship, or a flying machine. 2. (Machinery) A short plug at the end of a counterbore to guide the tool. Pilots are sometimes made interchangeable. 3. (Mining) The heading or
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Pilot

Pi'lot transitive verb (AĆ«ronautics) To fly, or act as pilot of (an aircraft).
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pilot

1. One employed to steer a vessel; a helmsman; a steersman. ... 2. Specifically, a person duly qualified, and licensed by authority, to conduct vessels into and out of a port, or in certain waters, for a fixed rate of fees. ... 3. Figuratively: A guide; a director of another through a difficult or unknown course. ... 4. An instrument for detecting
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pilot

airplane pilot noun someone who is licensed to operate an aircraft in flight
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Pilot

• (n.) A short plug at the end of a counterbore to guide the tool. Pilots are sometimes made interchangeable. • (v. t.) To fly, or act as pilot of (an aircraft). • (n.) The heading or excavation of relatively small dimensions, first made in the driving of a larger tunnel. • (n.) One who flies, or is qualified to fly, a balloon,
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Pilot

The USS Pilot was an American Auk Class minesweeper of 890 tons displacement launched in 1942. The USS Pilot was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 18 knots and carried a complement of 105. She was armed with one 3 inch dual-purpose gun and two 40 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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Pilot

Pilot is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Pilot

Trial program designed to test the feasibility of a possible telemarketing program.
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pilot

pilot, person responsible for safe navigation of a ship or airplane. A ship's pilot is an individual possessing local knowledge of coastal waters. Usually licensed by public authority (in the United States, by the U.S. Coast Guard), he is taken on board to conduct a ship to or from port. The airplan...
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PILOT

A person who is qualified to assist the master of a ship to navigate when entering or leaving a port.
Found on http://www.insurexchange.com/glossary/maritime.htm

Pilot

Another term for a bobsleigh driver.
Found on http://www.cbc.ca/olympics/history/story/2009/11/25/spo-glossary-bobsleigh.

Pilot

Driver of the sled. Controls the two front runners on the sled, which include approximately eight centimetres of lateral movement via an attached rope, allowing him to steer the sled.
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pilot

Someone with local knowledge who is qualified to guide a vessels through an area.
Found on http://www.diy-wood-boat.com/Boating-terms.html

Pilot

Navigator. A specially knowledgeable person qualified to navigate a vessel through difficult waters, e.g. harbour pilot etc.
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Pilot

Navigator. A specially knowledgeable person qualified to navigate a vessel through difficult waters, e.g. harbour pilot etc.
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