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Who is Pirs?

PirS is a musical artist.

  • profession: Musician, sound engineer
  • member of musical group Bhale Bacce Crew (Electronic musical instrument)


Pirs -- also called "Stykovochny Otsek 1" or "SO-1" -- is one of the two Russian docking compartments originally planned for the ISS. Pirs was launched in August 2001. It provides the ISS with one docking port for Soyuz and Progress spacecraft, and allows egress and ingress for spacewalks by cosmonauts using Russian Orlan space suits.

  • also known as ISS docking compartment, Pirs docking compartment

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Pirs

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Google previewEncyclopedia of Religions (2013)

by John G. R. Forlong

They are called Pirs or " saints," Fakirs or " poor " ascetiks, and Koevals or itinerant judges and collectors of taxes, there being no great distinction between these. Sheikhs wear black turbans and white garments : Pirs red turbans and black ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Religious Phenomena (2007)

by J Gordon Melton

There are six holy shrines (called pirs or piran - gah) ...

Google previewThe Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopædia and Scriptural Dictionary (1902)

Fully Defining and Explaining All Religious Terms, Including Biographical, Geographical, Historical, Archæological and Doctrinal Themes by Bp. Samuel Fallows, Andrew Constantinides Zenos, Herbert Lockwood Willett

l-'C'PIRS,. als-al~. yacu'lma , Jah is noble, or whom Jehovah has spared), the father of Shaphan the scribe ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Etymology of the English Language, and of English Synonymes and Paronymes (1866)

by John Oswald

t Metal, a simple, fixed, shining, opake body or substance, Insoluble in water, fusible by heat, a good conductor of heat and electricity, capable, Meteor- J (pirs*>g«), flying luminous bodies in t/ie air or ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Ottoman Empire (2009)

by Ga ́bor A ́goston, Bruce Alan Masters

” Rumi's son , Bahauddin Walad, reputedly started the order and successive pirs, as the heads of the order were called, built a lodge (tekke) of dervish cells around the tomb ...

Google previewA Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (1885)

by Walter William Skeat

Pirs, Persia. peach (1), a fruit. (F. - L. - Pers.) M. E. peche. — O. F. pesche, a peach. — L. persicum, a peach ; so called from growing on the Persica arbor, Persian tree. — Pers. Pirs, Persia. Parsimony, frugality. (F. — L.) F. parsimonit ( Minsheu).

Google previewThe Popular Dictionary in English and Hindustani and Hindustani and English (1881)

With a Number of Useful Tables by Thomas Craven

[compassion Pirs, n. pain, sickness, anguish. Pirana, 0, t. to have pain, to be painful, to pain, to ache. Pirbhuta or Prabhuté, Godhead, majesty, favour. Pirha, 1 |. a stool, a chair, a seat. Piri, n. the act of making proselytes ; Pirich, a saucer.

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