Pipeline

Length of pipes carrying oil.
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pipeline

a system of connected lengths of pipe, usually buried in the earth or laid on the seafloor, that is used for transporting petroleum and natural gas.
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pipeline

  1. gossip spread by spoken communication
  2. a pipe used to transport liquids or gases

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pipeline

(from the article `computer`) There are two major kinds of instruction-level parallelism (ILP) in the CPU, both first used in early supercomputers. One is the pipeline, which ...
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pipeline

noun a pipe used to transport liquids or gases; `a pipeline runs from the wells to the seaport`
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Pipeline

[computing] In computing, a pipeline is a set of data processing elements connected in series, where the output of one element is the input of the next one. The elements of a pipeline are often executed in parallel or in time-sliced fashion; in that case, some amount of buffer storage is often inserted between elements. Computer-related pip...
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Pipeline

[instrumental] `Pipeline` is a surf rock tune by The Chantays, which was recorded in 1962. The tune, originally called `Liberty`s Whip`, was renamed after the band members saw a surfing movie showing scenes of the Banzai Pipeline in Hawaii. The tune, fitting in with the popular surfing craze of the time, swiftly rose up the Billboard Pop ch...
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Pipeline

[software] In software engineering, a pipeline consists of a chain of processing elements (processes, threads, coroutines, etc.), arranged so that the output of each element is the input of the next; the name is by analogy to a physical pipeline. Usually some amount of buffering is provided between consecutive elements. The information that...
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Pipeline

[Unix] In Unix-like computer operating systems (and, to some extent, Microsoft Windows), a pipeline is the original software pipeline: a set of processes chained by their standard streams, so that the output of each process (stdout) feeds directly as input (stdin) to the next one. Each connection is implemented by an anonymous pipe. Filter ...
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Pipeline

[video game] Pipeline is a computer game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron, originally published by Superior Software in 1988. It is an overhead view action role-playing game set on a mining platform. The game was very well received by the gaming press. It was more recently remade for Microsoft Windows as Pipeline Plus. ==Gameplay== The ...
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pipeline

A figurative, rather than literal, description of stock necessary in all inventory locations throughout a shipping channel to keep one product on the shelf available for consumer purchase. This includes surplus stock at the store, distributor's warehouse and at shipping point, including all goods in transit between any of these points. Envision t...
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Pipeline

A schedule of movie projects in production.
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pipeline

A schedule of movie projects in production.
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Pipeline

A stainless steel or glass pipe used for transporting milk.
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Pipeline

All parts of the physical facility through which liquids or gases, such as crude oil and natural gas, are moved, usually over long distances between a producing region and a local distribution system. There are three major types of pipelines used to transport hydrocarbons: crude oil, natural gas, and product pipelines. There are three components of...
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Pipeline

Is a type of risk often associated with mortgages. It occurs from the time an application is accepted to the sale of the asset. Some analysts partition this process into two parts: production and inventory. Production starts at the time of the application and continues until the closing of the mortgage. Inventory risk starts at the closing and cont...
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Pipeline

Is a type of risk often associated with mortgages. It occurs from the time an application is accepted to the sale of the asset. Some analysts partition this process into two parts: production and inventory. Production starts at the time of the application and continues until the closing of the mortgage. Inventory risk starts at the closing and cont...
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pipeline

line of pipe equipped with pumps and valves and other control devices for moving liquids, gases, and slurries (fine particles suspended in liquid). ... [41 related articles]
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pipeline

The stock flow s from producers to consumers necessary in all inventory locations throughout the channel to keep product on the retail shelf available for customers to purchase.
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Pipeline

The underwriting process that must be completed with the SEC before a security can be offering for sale to the public.
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Pipeline

The underwriting process that must be completed with the SEC before a security can be offered for sa
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pipeline

[n] - a pipe used to transport liquids or gases
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