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pila

(ˈpɪlə)
n
(Anatomy) anatomy an anatomical structure like a pillar in form

pila

(ˈpaɪlə)
n
(Zoology) the plural of pilum
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Funa said that it is now mandatory for all new applications for license of insurance adjusters to submit a favorable endorsement from APAC and PILA before they can practice in the Philippines.
Our first stop on the seven-church tour was Pila, a half-hour east of Bay.
The San Antonio de Padua church is a central edifice among dozens of centuries-old houses at Pila's town center.
Sus padres fueron dona Teresa de Emerando y don Pedro de Pila, quien fungio como alguacil de la Santa Inquisicion en la misma ciudad.
Los programas de usuario utilizan una region de memoria llamada la pila, donde se almacena informacion relacionada con el flujo de ejecucion del proceso.
En este trabajo se examina el efecto de usar un aro alrededor de la pila y de la perforacion de una ranura como dispositivos para controlar la profundidad de socavacion.
Ethos mugs (far left) & Pila mug from Habitat (left)
"There has been interest in Pila, but he is our player and we are keeping him," said Carvell.