Lipping

A decorative strip applied to the side edges of laminated boards.
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lipping

The formation of a liplike structure, as at the articular end of a bone in osteoarthritis. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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lipping

(lip´ing) a wedge-shaped shadow in the radiograph of chondrosarcoma between the cortex and the elevated periosteum. the development of a bony overgrowth in osteoarthritis. Lipping resulting from growth of an osteophyte on the medial condyle of the right tibia.
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Lipping

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Lip
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lipping

Type: Term Pronunciation: lip′ing Definitions: 1. The formation of a liplike structure, as at the articular end of a bone in osteoarthritis.
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Lipping

Usually refers to flagging materials. Lipping is caused when two pieces of material to be joined together are slightly warped or twisted causing one or more edges to be higher or lower than the adjoining material.
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Lipping

Usually refers to flagging materials; caused when two pieces of material to be joined together are slightly warped or twisted causing one or more edges to be higher or lower than the adjoining material.
Found on http://www.contractorschoolonline.com/Masonry-Glossary.aspx

lipping

A method of landing fish, especially bass, by placing a thumb into its mouth to bend the lip down slightly, temporarily paralyzing the fish to get it into the boat or unhook and release it.
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Lipping

landing a bass by grasping its lower lip between the thumb and fingers and pulling it from the water
Found on http://www.bassmaster.com/glossary
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