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blip

[blip]
(electronics)
The display of a received pulse on the screen of a cathode-ray tube. Also known as pip.
An ideal infrared radiation detector that detects with unit quantum efficiency all of the radiation in the signal for which the detector was designed, and responds only to the background radiation noise that comes from the field of view of the detector.
(graphic arts)
A mark, spot, or line on a medium such as microfilm that is optically sensed and is used for counting or timing.

blip

The display of a received pulse on a cathoderay tube (CRT). Normally, blip refers to returns from aircraft and not those from permanent objects or features. Also called a pip or an echo.

blip

(1) An individual Google Wave message. See Google Wave.

(2) A mark, line or spot on a medium, such as microfilm, that is optically sensed and used for timing or counting purposes.
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There was no evidence to suggest that blips were more likely to occur among patients who were previously taking or not taking ART (ART-naive versus ART-experienced patients; P = 0.
6 % experienced blips within a mean time of 22 months, and that the number of blips was not associated with age, sex, risk group, treatment modality, or time from HIV diagnosis.
Alternately, in a post-hoc analysis from studies of lopinavir/ritonavir in combination with nRTI backbones, baseline viral load or CD4+ cell count were not associated with blips.
There is now growing evidence that viral blips in the setting of otherwise suppressive therapy occur at random and represent intermittent detection of viremia around the assay limit of quantification The lower limits of detection for many testing platforms are not necessarily fixed barriers, and there can be random variation of detection around the lower-level viral load cutoffs.
It won't be long before bosses are bearing over their already-beleaguered employees, chastising them about the blip they are going through.
And the day is not far off when said already-beleaguered employee phones in sick because they are indeed suffering a blip.
After the first defeat the blip would arrive and when someone got injured the blip was definitely coming.
Often, BLIP archers hunt in tight quarters, under nontraditional conditions.
Instructors also familiarize BLIP students with urban and controlled hunting, explaining deer population biology and discussing alternate methods to population control and why, in most cases, they don't work.
In December 2002, MDIF&W recruited BLIP hunters for a controlled hunt in the Wells Game Sanctuary.
Each line could provide information or gather feedback from the passengers through BLIP.
BLIP is a Bluetooth platform for local communication.