grip

the act of graspingthe appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move ita portable rectangular traveling bag for carrying clothesthe friction between a body and the surface on which it moves (as between an automobile tire and the road)worker who moves the camera around while a film or television show is being madea firm controlling influence

GRIP

(= glutamate receptor interacting protein.) Protein (120 kD, 1112 residues) found in postsynaptic terminal, contains 7 PDZ domains and is involved in the clustering of AMPA receptors with which it interacts through PDZ domains 4 and 5.

Grip

• (v. t.) To give a grip to; to grasp; to gripe. • (v. t.) A peculiar mode of clasping the hand, by which members of a secret association recognize or greet, one another; as, a masonic grip. • (v. t.) A device for grasping or holding fast to something. • (n.) The griffin. • (v. t.) To trench; to drain. • (n.) A small d...
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grip

(from the article `human evolution`) ...The most complex adaptations of the human hand involve the thumb, wherein a unique, fully independent muscle (the flexor pollicis longus) gives ... ...and lorises `park` their young, leaving them hanging under branches in tangles of vegetation. The young of most higher primates have gras...
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grip

(from the article `materials testing`) Test machine grips are designed to transfer load smoothly into the test piece without producing local stress concentrations. The ends of the test ...
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grip

(General) The manner in which the butt of the cue is held in the hand.
Found on http://www.billiardworld.com/glossary.html

grip

(grip) a grasping or clasping. popular term for influenza.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21001

Grip

1. The handle of a golf club (usually covered with rubber, leather, etc.) 2. The holding, or method
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grip

grasp noun a firm controlling influence; `they kept a firm grip on the two top priorities`; `he was in the grip of a powerful emotion`; `a terrible power had her in its grasp`
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Grip

(Grip someone off) To brag to another birder after observing a bird which they did not see.
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Grip

[auto racing] Grip is a term describing the total cornering envelope of a race car by the friction of the tire as a function of i.a. the mass of the machine and the downforce generated. ...
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Grip

[badminton] In badminton, a grip is a way of holding the racquet in order to hit shots during a match. The most commonly used grip is the orthodox forehand grip. Most players change grips during a rally depending on whether it is a forehand or backhand shot. A grip is also the wrapping around the handle of the racquet. There are many types ...
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Grip

[cricket bowling] One of the key factors in cricket bowling is the grip. Variation in grip has a major influence on the outcome of a delivery. Below is the grip for an inswing delivery. To produce the grip for an outswinging delivery, you simply have place your fingers on the other side of the seam. For a right hander you would slightly ang...
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Grip

[gymnastics] Grips are devices that are worn on the hands of artistic gymnasts when performing on various gymnastics apparatus. They are worn by female gymnasts on the uneven bars, and by male gymnasts on the high bar, and still rings; is rarely seen that a male gymnast uses grips for parallel bars. They are used to enhance the gymnast`s gr...
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Grip

[percussion] In percussion, grip refers to the manner in which the player holds the percussion mallet or mallets, whether drum sticks or other mallets. For some instruments, such as triangles and large gongs, only one mallet or beater is normally used, held either in one hand, or in both hands for larger beaters; For others such as snare dr...
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Grip

[software] Grip is a free Compact Disc player and CD ripper within the GNOME project. Development began in 1998, and it was registered as a project at the SourceForge.net free and open-source software website on March 17, 2000. Pre-compiled binaries are available for RPM Linux distributions. The software is rather similar to Audiograbber on...
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Grip

[sport fencing] In fencing, the grip, also called the handle, is the part of the weapon which is gripped by the fencer`s hand. There are four types of grips commonly used today in foil and épée: French, which is a straight handle with a pommel at the end of it, Italian, which has a short grip and two rings behind the disc-shaped guard (mo...
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Grip

[tennis] In tennis, a grip is a way of holding the racquet in order to hit shots during a match. The three most commonly used conventional grips are: the Continental (or `Chopper`), the Eastern and the Western. Most players change grips during a match depending on what shot they are hitting. == The octagonal handle == In order to understand...
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Grip

Grip noun [ Latin gryps , gryphus . See Griffin , Grype .] (Zoology) The griffin. [ Obsolete]
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Grip

Grip transitive verb To trench; to drain.
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Grip

A percussive Highland bagpipe embellishment, called leamluath in Gaelic, and sometimes called a throw if used to go to a higher note, e.g. B to C or A to E.
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_bagpipe_terms

Grip

A person that looks after the equipment required to make a TV camera move.
Found on http://www.journalism.co.uk/terms-definitions-dictionary-terminology-words/

grip

A term suggesting high astringency that has caused some degree of mouth pucker.
Found on http://www.aromadictionary.com/articles/wineglossary_m-z_article.html

GRIP

acronym: Greenland Icecore Project (PAGES) (Europe)
Found on http://cdiac.ornl.gov/pns/acronyms.html#G

Grip

Firmness of flavor and structure.
Found on http://www.sallys-place.com/beverages/wine/wine_glossery.htm
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