pily

pily

(ˈpaɪlɪ)
adj
(Textiles) (of a fabric) having a pile; like wool or pile
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The voice is still good and hearing the songs takes you hap- pily skipping down memory lane.
The Cambodian Automotive Industry Federation VP - Pily Wong has stated that manufacturing of cars targeting the local market hinges on the growth in the sales of new vehicles in the Kingdom.
A statement from Pily Mirazi, keynote speaker at the London event, resonates: "If we could encourage as many women as we do men to start new businesses, our economy would be that much stronger.
It would stand hapA[degrees] pily alongside most of the other major events in the world of a simA[degrees] ilar status.
For the month of March, Molly Brown's will being doing a giveaways featuring prizes from Pily Q, Vitamin A and the brand new American Honey.
Monarch Maintenance Manager Mark Pily, after consulting IEMCO's Wilkins, authorized the purchase of the plant's first motor with a factory-installed Severe-Duty SGR.
Gal Pily Gilbain, the commander of the paramilitary element in the capital force, used state radio to urge his troops to stay out of politics and politicians to "apply themselves to resolving the crisis".
In these 2-word phrases it is the 2 words which differ by a single letter: PALY PILY, BIG WIG, COME HOME (cpf), DOWN TOWN, EFF OFF, FAVE RAVE, GOOD FOOD, HONG KONG, BAIL BALL, JET SET, BREAK BREAD, LAST PAST, MILL HILL, N OLENS VOLENS ROPE RIPE, PALL MALL, RIDE SIDE, SUCH MUCH, TICKET WICKET, MUSTER MASTER, VINO FINO, WAVY NAVY, YOO HOO
New arrivals include classic favorites from Vitamin A and ViX Swimwear, European flare and fabrics from Barcelona in the new 2013 collection from Pily Q, and the epitome of Brazilian swimwear chic, diNeila.