Piece

Piece or pieces may refer to: :

  • A single unit of something
  • An informative or creative work, such as a work of art, journalism, academic research, etc.
    • Musical piece, a work of music, sometimes called an opus
  • Game piece (disambiguation)
  • Jigsaw puzzle piece
  • Mouthpiece (disambiguation)
  • A coin valued at less than the principal unit of currency
  • A Scottish term for a sandwich
  • Slang for firearm (projectile weapon)
  • Any apparatus used to smoke cannabis, but usually a pipe

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Famous quotes containing the word piece:

    Someone hangs in the sky
    over there from a piece of rope,
    hammering and fitting God’s belly-scratcher,
    working his way up along the spire
    until there’s nothing left to nail on—
    Alfred Wellington Purdy (b. 1919)

    Whether or not his newspaper and a set of senses reduced to five are the main sources of the so-called “real life” of the so- called average man, one thing is fortunately certain: namely, that the average man himself is but a piece of fiction, a tissue of statistics.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    Didn’t spill a drop. The shakes are gone just because of a piece of music. Until they played that piece, I, I forgot how I got into this thing. Keep on playin’ it. I don’t think I’ll ever forget again.
    Jules Furthman (1888–1960)