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Definition of Pilots
Pilot Pi"lot, n.
1. (A["e]ronautics) One who flies, or is qualified to fly, a
balloon, an airship, or a flying machine.
2. (Mach.) A short plug at the end of a counterbore to guide
the tool. Pilots are sometimes made interchangeable.
3. (Mining) The heading or excavation of relatively small
dimensions, first made in the driving of a larger tunnel.
Pilot Pi"lot, v. t. (A["e]ronautics)
To fly, or act as pilot of (an aircraft).
PilotPilot Pi"lot, n. [F. pilote, prob. from D. peillood plummet,
sounding lead; peilen, pegelen, to sound, measure (fr. D. &
G. peil, pegel, a sort of measure, water mark) + lood lead,
akin to E. lead. The pilot, then, is the lead man, i. e., he
who throws the lead. See Pail, and Lead a metal.]
1. (Naut.) One employed to steer a vessel; a helmsman; a
2. Specifically, a person duly qualified, and licensed by
authority, to conduct vessels into and out of a port, or
in certain waters, for a fixed rate of fees.
3. Figuratively: A guide; a director of another through a
difficult or unknown course.
4. An instrument for detecting the compass error.
5. The cowcatcher of a locomotive. [U.S.]
Pilot balloon, a small balloon sent up in advance of a
large one, to show the direction and force of the wind.
Pilot bird. (Zo["o]l.)
(a) A bird found near the Caribbee Islands; -- so called
because its presence indicates to mariners their
approach to these islands. --Crabb.
(b) The black-bellied plover. [Local, U.S.]
Pilot boat, a strong, fast-sailing boat used to carry and
receive pilots as they board and leave vessels.
Pilot bread, ship biscuit.
Pilot cloth, a coarse, stout kind of cloth for overcoats.
Pilot engine, a locomotive going in advance of a train to
make sure that the way is clear.
Pilot fish. (Zo["o]l)
(a) A pelagic carangoid fish (Naucrates ductor); -- so
named because it is often seen in company with a
shark, swimming near a ship, on account of which
sailors imagine that it acts as a pilot to the shark.
(b) The rudder fish (Seriola zonata).
Pilot jack, a flag or signal hoisted by a vessel for a
Pilot jacket, a pea jacket.
Pilot nut (Bridge Building), a conical nut applied
temporarily to the threaded end of a pin, to protect the
thread and guide the pin when it is driven into a hole.
Pilot snake (Zo["o]l.)
(a) A large North American snake (Coluber obsoleus). It
is lustrous black, with white edges to some of the
scales. Called also mountain black snake.
(b) The pine snake.
Pilot whale. (Zo["o]l.) Same as Blackfish, 1. PilotPilot Pi"lot, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Piloted; p. pr. & vb. n.
Piloting.] [Cf. F. piloter.]
1. To direct the course of, as of a ship, where navigation is
2. Figuratively: To guide, as through dangers or
difficulties. ``The art of piloting a state.' --Berkeley.
Meaning of Pilots from wikipedia
- Petersburg Pilot
(Mallory Knox EP), 2011 Pilot
(Reuben EP), 2001 "Pilots
" (song), a 2002 song by the band Goldfrapp
" (50 Cent song), 2014 "Pilot
", a 1970...
(stylized as twenty
) is an American musical
duo from Columbus, Ohio. The band was formed
in 2009 by lead...
- on the name "Stone Temple Pilots
." Stone Temple Pilots developed
a fan base in San Diego
clubs. In 1992, Stone Temple Pilots signed
- Thomas, and Chris Salih formed Twenty
in 2009. The group released their debut album Twenty
. Both Thomas
and Salih parted
- as pilots
, only promoting
them as a "special" or "movie". It is thus often unclear
to initial viewers
of backdoor pilots
that they are seeing
- PILLOW PILOTS
(October 3, 2018), JOSH'S INSTAGRAM LIVESTREAM
- (Full Stream) Twenty
Trench, retrieved October
5, 2018 "Twenty One Pilots
is the fourth studio album
by American musical
on May 17, 2015 through Fueled
by Ramen. Like their previous
- considerable piloting skill
to be successful, which worked against
the very purpose
of using expendable pilots
. Even encouraging capable pilots
to bail out...
- airline, pilots
are usually referred
to as airline pilots
, with the pilot
in command often referred
to as the captain. There
are 290,000 airline pilots
, retrieved January
28, 2017 "MessiahPulse Interview: Twenty
". YouTube. Retrieved
June 27, 2014. "Twenty One Pilots
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