CLIP

Calling Line Identification Presentation. Showing the calling number, the CLI, to the receiving subscriber. Overridden by CLIR.

clip

a U-bolt or similar device used to fasten parts of a wire cable together.

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A device that is used to store multiple rounds of ammunition together as a unit, ready for insertion into the magazine of a repeating firearm. This speeds up the process of loading and reloading the firearm as several rounds can be loaded at once, rather than one round being loaded at a time. The term clip is commonly used to describe a firearm ma...
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CLIP

CLIP (cross-linking immunoprecipitation) is a method used in molecular biology that combines UV cross-linking with immunoprecipitation in order to analyse protein interactions with RNA. CLIP-based techniques can be used to map RNA binding sites for a protein of interest on a genome-wide scale, thereby increasing the understanding of post-transcrip...
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Clip

• (v. t.) To embrace, hence; to encompass. • (v. i.) To move swiftly; -- usually with indefinite it. • (n.) An embracing strap for holding parts together; the iron strap, with loop, at the ends of a whiffletree. • (n.) A cutting; a shearing. • (n.) A projecting flange on the upper edge of a horseshoe, turned up so as to emb...
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<abbreviation> Corticotropin-like intermediate-lobe peptide. ... A fastener used to hold a part or thing together with another. ... Wound clip, a metal clasp or device for surgical approximation of skin incisions. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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clip

(1) A single graphic or short excerpt of video, often used on Web pages. (2) A cutting of a newspaper story.
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(klip) a device for approximating the edges of a wound or for the prevention of bleeding from small individual blood vessels.
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clip

clipping noun the act of clipping or snipping
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Clip

[ammunition] A clip is a device that is used to store multiple rounds of ammunition together as a unit, ready for insertion into the magazine or cylinder of a firearm. This speeds up the process of loading and reloading the firearm as several rounds can be loaded at once, rather than one round being loaded at a time. Several different types...
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Clip

[compiler] Clip compiler is a multi-platform (Linux and Windows (Cygwin)) Clipper programming language compiler with many additional features and libraries (for gtk, fivewin, netto, MySQL, ODBC, cti, tcp, gzip, Interbase, Oracle, Postgres), which is quite fast, has support for Hyper-Six and FoxPro RDD`s, and can compile existing Clipper sou...
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CLIP

[protein] CLIP or Class II-associated invariant chain peptide is the part of the invariant chain (Ii) that binds MHC class II groove and remains there until the MHC receptor is fully assembled. The purpose of CLIP is to prevent the binding of self-peptide fragments prior to MHC II localization within the endo/lysosome. During MHC II assembl...
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Clip

Clip (klĭp) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Clipped (klĭpt); present participle & verbal noun Clipping .] [ Middle English cluppen , clippen , to embrace, Anglo-Saxon clyran to embrace, cl...
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Clip

Clip noun 1. An embrace. Sir P. Sidney. 2. A cutting; a shearing. 3. The product of a single shearing of sheep; a season's crop of wool. 4. A clasp or holder for letters, papers, etc. 5. An embracing strap for holding parts together; the iron strap, ...
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A coin, planchet or blank missing a portion of metal from its periphery, caused by an error during production of the blank, usually at the end of a strip.
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clip

A portion of a brick cut to length.
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clip

a resilient device which deflects on mating to produce a connection
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Clip

A simple, disposable narrow spring-lined channel-rail in which cartridges are supplied for military weapons. The shooter positions the clip vertically above the firearm's magazine, then pressing down with the thumb, slides the cartridges from the clip and down into the magazine. Also: Stripper Clip or Charger. See Magazine.
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Clip

A small cut in the seam allowance of a garment which allows a comer or curved area to turn and lie flat.
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Clip

all the wool from a flock (in Australian Wool Classing).
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clip (Janus word) To attach (as in, 'to clip to') plus to separate, snip, or cut.
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Clip

Clip is slang for to defraud or swindle, especially by overcharging.
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In firearms, a clip is a method of loading some rifles, particularly the US Garand and Mannlicher series. A clip differs from a charger in that the entire unit, cartridges and metal frame, are inserted entirely into the gun's magazine and the metal frame is only discarded when all the cartridges have been fired. Clip-loading rifles suffer from two ...
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Clip

One season's yield of wool.
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Clip

Simply a small section of film footage. Often, it ends up on the cutting room floor and is, accordingly, disposed of. At these times the clip is also referred to as a `cut` or `trim.` On other occasions, clips will be taken from stock footage and added to a film during editing. Many background images are taken from stock footage and save on the cos...
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