A zipper is a technique of representing an aggregate data structure so that it is convenient for writing programs that traverse the structure arbitrarily and update its contents, especially in purely functional programming languages. The zipper was described by Gérard Huet in 1997. It includes and generalizes the gap buffe
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==Summary== An Eagle from Space: 1999 is struck by electric arcs emanating from a deteriorating nuclear waste dump on the far side of the moon. ...
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The Zipper is an amusement-thrill ride popular at carnivals and amusement parks in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. It features strong vertical G-forces, numerous spins, and a noted sense of unpredictability. The Zipper was invented by Joseph Brown as a part of Chance Rides, Inc., a company based in Wichita, Kans
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See leucine zipper.
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Synonym for leucine zipper ... <molecular biology> Motif found in certain DNA binding proteins. In a region of approximately 35 amino acids, every seventh is a leucine. This facilitates dimerisation of two such proteins to form a functional transcription factor. ... Examples of proteins containing leucine zippers are products of the proto-onc
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device for binding the edges of an opening such as on a garment or a bag. A zipper consists of two strips of material with metal or plastic teeth ...
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In BDSM terms, a zipper is a string of clothespins or other clips, held together loosely by a cord or light chain. The skin is clipped in the clips for a short time, then the cord is pulled causing the clips to be pulled off the skin one by one in sequence causing a "zip" sound, and a unique sensation. Zippers come in many sizes and
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A zipper, zip, or zip fastener, is a commonly used device for temporarily joining two edges of fabric. It is used in clothing (e.g., jackets and jeans), luggage and other bags, sporting goods, camping gear (e.g., tents and sleeping bags), and other items. The bulk of a zipper consists of two strips of fabric tape, each affixed to one of the two pi
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Acknowledge radio transmissions with two clicks of the mike button.
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A zipper is a device for temporarily joining two edges of fabric together. Zipper(s) may also refer to: In transportation: In entertainment: Other uses: ...
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An image to draw the lower abs up and in, as in 'zipping the lower abs.' Visualize zipping up a very
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