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Pyle

 (pīl), Ernest Taylor Known as "Ernie." 1900-1945.
American journalist noted for his stories about American soldiers on the European and North African fronts during World War II.

Pyle

, Howard 1853-1911.
American writer and illustrator of children's books, such as The Wonder Clock (1888) and Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates (posthumously published, 1921).
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Noun1.Pyle - United States writer and illustrator of children's books (1853-1911)
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Mean while in utmost Longitude, where Heav'n With Earth and Ocean meets, the setting Sun Slowly descended, and with right aspect Against the eastern Gate of Paradise Leveld his eevning Rayes: it was a Rock Of Alablaster, pil'd up to the Clouds, Conspicuous farr, winding with one ascent Accessible from Earth, one entrance high; The rest was craggie cliff, that overhung Still as it rose, impossible to climbe.
In the future, the ratings will depend on the firm's fulfillment of obligations referred to in the unconditional and irrevocable guarantee from PIL and changes in PIL's credit risk profile.
Goldston claims that public interest litigation (PIL) is a post-Communist phenomenon.
Birmingham-based PIL is applying for judicial review on their behalf, saying their treatment was "a matter of serious concern".
Only a medical prescriber or dispenser may utilize the PIL and may only access it for a patient's medical treatment.
To that purpose the present study aimed at 1) Detection of the Pil gene cluster encoding the above stated adhesins in the most prevalent genotype 1 by Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) in comparison to those encountered in other genotypes that are less prevalent in the medical center and 2) Determination of the expression levels of the pil genes in both categories by quantitative real-time RT-PCR.
This Article examines the potential for promoting gender justice through the Supreme Court of India's pioneering Public Interest Litigation (PIL) mechanism.
Although no fault of the administrators, with Lurgan Celtic's late withdrawal from the PIL, the problem is further compounded for clubs in the division as they will now have only 20 league games to play.
PIL, on the other hand, brings with it many advantages, including the provision of speedy justice.
The PIL filed by lawyer Anuja Kapur seeks a direction to the Centre and others for enhancement of compensation and other rehabilitation steps for acid attack victims.
It imposes a cost of Rs 50,000 on advocate M L Sharma, who had filed the public interest litigation (PIL).
"ADM is already one of the world's largest providers of human and animal nutrition solutions, and the acquisition of PIL will add to our extensive portfolio of products that promote health and wellness," said Vikram Luthar, president, ADM Health & Wellness.