01. The Libyans are building an enormous [pipe] to carry oil across their country to the coast.
02. We have to replace some of the [pipes] for our plumbing because they are rusted.
03. The city is putting new water [pipes] into old neighborhoods to reduce the amount of water lost through leaks in the old system.
04. A [pipe] carrying natural gas was damaged during the earthquake, and the entire neighborhood had to be evacuated.
05. Our water [pipes] burst during the cold weather last month.
06. The smoke from the old man's [pipe] curled up over his head.
07. Be careful you don't touch the exhaust [pipe] when you get on the motorcycle; it is really hot.
08. The plumbing in the house has old lead [pipes] that have to be replaced.
09. John Dunne once said that writing is manual labor of the mind - a job, like laying [pipe].
10. The government wants to outlaw [pipes] used for smoking marijuana.
11. The [pipe] was blocked, causing water to back up into the basement.
12. We were digging in our backyard, and accidentally broke an underground water [pipe].
13. Her grandfather smoked a [pipe], and the whole house smelled of it.
14. They [piped] water into the desert, and started a farm there.
15. People in this area can now have natural gas [piped] into their homes for heating and cooking.
16. Alfred Dunhill once wrote, "Give a man a [pipe] he can smoke, give a man a book he can read, and his home is bright with a calm delight, though the room be poor indeed."
17. According to historians, the Roman Emperor Nero had [pipes] installed under banquet plates to allow his guests to be sprayed with rose scent between dinner courses.
18. There are 2,202 [pipes] in the organ at the Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace.

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