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flip

1. a somersault, esp one performed in the air, as in a dive, rather than from a standing position
2. same as nog

FLIP

[flip]
(naval architecture)

FLIP

(1)
An early assembly language on the G-15.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].

FLIP

(2)
["FLIP User's Manual", G. Kahn, TR 5, INRIA 1981].

FLIP

(3)
Formal LIst Processor.

An early language for pattern-matching on Lisp structures, similar to CONVERT.

["FLIP, A Format List Processor", W. Teitelman, Memo MAC-M-263, MIT 1966].
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There was an opportunity to highlight what works in various regions by featuring successful people in different locations who had mastered the art of flipping in their town.
It's not about seat time: Blending, flipping, and efficiency in active learning classrooms.
During the pre-recession flipping boom, many flippers were just buying regular, non-distressed properties at full market value and then just riding the coattails of home-price appreciation to get their profit rather than adding any real value to the home.
After faltering in late 2014, home flipping has been gaining steam for the last year and a half thanks to falling interest rates and a dearth of housing inventory for flippers to compete against," RealtyTrac SVP Daren Blomquist said.
Commenting on the study, Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac senior vice president, said, "Not only is the share of home flips on the rise again, but we also see the flipping trend trickling down to smaller investors who are completing fewer flips per year.
However, new research indicates that flipping may be less effective in courses that lean toward discussions, performance, or writing (Johnson, 2013).
Ready-mate videos and audios, reading material, pictures, diagrams and power point presentations were adopted for flipping the learning material of the students.
Faculty often struggle with how to begin flipping their classrooms.
In the latest RealtyTrac survey on home flipping, New York saw 1,070 flips during the third quarters.
Educators and education companies are coming on board with new, or recast, tactics, not to mention products and services, to meet the needs of this growing movement toward flipping the classroom.
SCANDAL-hit MPs have been accused of being flipping greedy in grabbing the pounds 24,000 a year second homes allowance.
expurgated for Post readers, he exhorted his guests to "spend all their flipping money.