LIP

[company] In May 1973, an Action Committee (CA, Comité d`action), influenced by the May 1968 movement, was founded. During an extraordinary works council meeting on June 12, 1973, workers stumbled upon the management`s plans to restructure and downsize, which had been kept secret from them (one note said "450 à dégager", "get rid of 450"
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Lip

Lip is slang for verbal impudence or backchat.
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Lip

Lip is slang for verbal impudence or backchat.
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lip

[n] - fleshy folds of tissue as those surrounding the mouth
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LIP

Large Internet Packet
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Lip

One of the parts in a corolla or calyx divided into two unequal parts.
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Lip

Lip: One of the two fleshy folds which surround the opening of the mouth. The upper lip is separated from the nose by the philtrum, the area that lies between the base of the nose and the pigmented edge (called the vermillion border or the carmine margin) of the upper lip. The upper and lower lips meet at the corners (or angles) of the mouth which,
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Lip

Lip (lĭp) noun [ Middle English lippe , Anglo-Saxon lippa ; akin to Dutch lip , German lippe , lefze , Old High German lefs , Danish læbe , Swedish läpp , Latin labium , labrum . Confer Labial .] 1. One
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Lip

Lip transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Lipped (lĭpt); present participle & verbal noun Lipping (-pĭng).] 1. To touch with the lips; to put the lips to; hence, to kiss. « The bubble on the wine which
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Lip

Lip transitive verb To clip; to trim. [ Obsolete] Holland.
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lip

1. One of the two fleshy folds which surround the orifice of the mouth in man and many other animals. In man the lips are organs of speech essential to certain articulations. Hence, by a figure they denote the mouth, or all the organs of speech, and sometimes speech itself. 'Thine own lips testify against thee.' (Jeb xv. 6) ... 2. An edge of an ope
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lip

noun fleshy folds of tissue as those surrounding the mouth
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lip

(lip) the upper or lower fleshy margin of the mouth. any liplike part; called also labium. double lip redundancy of the submucous tissue and mucous membrane of the lip on either side of the median line. glenoid lip a ring of fibrocartilage joi...
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Lip

• (v. t.) To clip; to trim. • (v. t.) To utter; to speak. • (n.) The odd and peculiar petal in the Orchis family. See Orchidaceous. • (n.) The sharp cutting edge on the end of an auger. • (n.) One of the edges of the aperture of a univalve shell. • (n.) An edge of an opening; a thin projecting part of anything; a kind
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lip

(from the article `digestive system disease`) Besides local disease, features characteristic of systemic disorders are often present on the mouth and in the oral cavity. The lips may be fissured ... The lips, two fleshy folds that surround the mouth, are composed externally of skin and internally of mucous membrane, or mucosa. The mucos...
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Lip

Lips are a visible body part at the mouth of humans and many animals. Lips are soft, movable, and serve as the opening for food intake and in the articulation of sound and speech. Human lips are a tactile sensory organ, and can be erogenous when used in kissing and other acts of intimacy. ==Anatomical basics of the human lip== The upper and lower
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lip

  1. fleshy folds of tissue as those surrounding the mouth
  2. an impudent or insolent rejoinder
  3. the top edge of a vessel

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lip

One of two fleshy folds around the entrance to the mouth. Externally the lips are covered with skin and internally with mucous membrane, the relative transparency of which allows the red-pink of the underlying capillaries to show through. The main substructure of the lips is a ring of muscle, whos...
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LIP

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Acronym for lymphocytic interstitial pneumonia or lymphoid interstitial pneumonia. See: lymphocytic interstitial pneumonia
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lip

Type: Term Pronunciation: lip Definitions: 1. One of the two muscular folds with an outer membrane having a stratified squamous cell epithelial surface layer that bound the mouth anteriorly. 2. Any liplike structure bounding a cavity or groove. Synonyms: labium1
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Lip

A safety barrier at the top of the track to prevent sleds from running off course and sliding off the track.
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lip

the acute angle at which the wall terminates
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Lip

a wooden or metal safety barrier at the track's top edge to keep the sled from going off of the track
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lip

The top rim of the hole or cup
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Lip

This has two meanings when it comes to golf terms and golf phrases. The first means that around two inches above the level of sand, in a bunker, there is a rim of sod. This prevents the chance for a golfer to putt out of the bunker. The other meaning refers to the edge or rim of the hole or cup.
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