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Pipeline may refer to:
- Pipeline transport, a conduit made from pipes connected end-to-end for long-distance fluid or gas transport
- Plastic pipework, for fluid handling
- Milking pipeline, used on a dairy farm to transport fluid milk
- Pipeline (computing), a chain of data-processing stages or a CPU optimization found on
- Classic RISC pipeline, a five stage hardware based computer instruction set.
- Pipeline (software), a chain of data-processing processes or other software entities
- Graphics pipeline, the method of rasterization-based rendering as supported by graphics hardware
- Pipeline (Unix), a set of process chained by their standard streams
- XML pipeline, a connection of XML transformations
- Telestream pipeline, a video capture and playout hardware device
- Sales pipeline, a visualisation of the sales process of a company
- The Pipeline, a former internet service provider
- Pipelining (DSP implementation), a transformation for optimizing digital circuit.
- Banzai Pipeline, a surfing spot on the North Shore of Oahu
- Mister Pipeline, an Oahu surfer title
- Tolt pipeline trail, an equestrian and biking trail in Redmond, Washington, USA and Canada
- Pipeline (game), a 1989 computer game for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron
- Pipeline Instrumental Review, a music magazine dedicated to instrumental music
- CNN Pipeline, a streaming video service by CNN
- Pipeline Music, a record label
- Pipeline (comics), a character from Marvel Comics with the ability to teleport himself and others
- Pipeline (board game), winner of Games Magazine's 1992 Game of the Year award
- Radio Scotland programme of music on the bagpipes
- Pipeline (magazine), an independent contemporary art magazine based in Hong Kong
- "Pipeline", a 1963 song by surf rock band The Chantays
- "Pipeline", a song from Depeche Mode published in the album Construction Time Again in 1983.
- "Pipeline", a song by The Alan Parsons Project from the album Ammonia Avenue
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