organ pipe

NOUN
  1. the flues and stops on a pipe organ
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How To Use organ pipe In A Sentence

  • There are stands of pine and fig - and organ pipe cacti. Times, Sunday Times
  • The pinned barrel had been used from quite early times for carillons, and for musical clocks and boxes of all sizes, often incorporating organ pipes.
  • Orchestrions were designed to imitate an orchestra by means of organ pipes and percussion instruments, though in some cases they were built around large upright pianos instead; early examples used pinned wooden barrels to provide the music which they played, while later versions had the advantage of perforated paper music rolls.
  • Rising above them, mountains climbed past saguaro and organ pipe cactus to fields of snow so peaceful that he kept riding only to reach them as the trail ascended toward the distant passes.
  • They used to throw Maltesers into the organ pipes. Times, Sunday Times
  • We learn that the civil servants responsible for implementing this directive in the UK insist that it does apply to organ pipes. Times, Sunday Times
  • In southern Arizona, an endangered fish, the Quitobaquito pupfish (Cyprinodon macularius eremus), inhabits the springs, stream, and pond at Quitobaquito on Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.
  • Tall mineral chimneys like underworld organ pipes soared thirty feet above the ocean floor.
  • During this period, the species feeds on the nectar and pollen of flowering saguaros and organ pipe cactus, contributing to the successful pollination of these succulents.
  • It was resounding like an organ pipe, strongly enough to rattle windows.
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