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Definitions of piggin in various dictionaries:
noun - a small wooden pail
PIGGIN - Pigging in the context of pipelines refers to the practice of using devices known as "pigs" to perform various maintenance operations. This is done w...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|"A little –– and a pipkin by, / To hold things fitting my necessity" (Herrick, Noble Numbers)|
|Animal spirit of small wooden vessel|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Oct 31 2014 The Guardian - Cryptic crossword|
|Dec 11 2009 The Times - Specialist|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|A small pail, can or ladle with the handle on the side a lading-can. In the colonial era, some buckets were made like a small barrel, but with one stave left extra long. This stave would be carved into a handle so the bucket could be used as an oversized scoop. It was used on farms for scattering grain for the chickens, slopping the hogs, as a one-handed milk bucket, and as a grain scoop.|
|Dialect. a small wooden pail or tub with a handle formed by continuing one of the staves above the rim. cream pail. Origin of bpigginb Expand.|
|A (small) pail or similar vessel, especially a wooden one with one stave longer than the rest serving as a handle a vessel of this sort used as a milking pail. Also: a (wooden) drinking vessel a scoop or ladle consisting of a can with a handle on the side a lading-can.|
|Piggin might refer to|
Pigging in the context of pipelines refers to the practice of using devices known as "pigs" to perform various maintenance operations. This is done without stopping the flow of the product in the pipeline.|
* These operations include but are not limited to cleaning and inspecting the pipeline. This is accomplished by inserting the pig into a "pig launcher" (or "launching station") — an oversized section in the pipeline, reducing to the normal diameter. The launching station is then closed and the pressure-driven flow of the product in the pipeline is used to push the pig along down the pipe until it reaches the receiving trap — the "pig catcher" (or "receiving station").