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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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Braun also explained that other people's awareness of your increased forgetfulness and whether or not these blips interfere with your ability to complete daily tasks are also signs that it may be time to see your primary care physician about your forgetfulness.
stall probability = [number of stalling blips / number of applied blips] [?
Regardless of the cause, low levels of viremia in patients who are well controlled on otherwise suppressive antiretroviral therapy provide a rationale for the intermittent detection of blips with sensitive assays.
standard time at the address of the Named Insured) Item 3 Retroactive Date _____________ Item 4 Limits of Liability $_____each blip $_____aggregate Item 5 Retention $_____each blip Item 6 Premium $______________________________ Certified Acts of Terrorism Premium $______________________________ Surplus Lines Tax $______________________________ Fees $______________________________ Other (_____________) $______________________________ TOTAL $______________________________ Item 7 Forms and ______________________________ Endorsements ______________________________ Producer ______________________________ ______________________________
Sunderland's draw over Gillingham was called a blip and everyone is waiting for Chelsea to suffer their blip.
The BLIP Systems' team are a credit to the organisation and have helped the airport immensely, with data analysis and reporting.
Students are reminded that hunting on private land is a privilege and that cooperating BLIP landowners may have special conditions or procedures Chat hunters must follow.
At peak times, up to 3,000 passengers an hour travel through security and our aim is to make that experience as smooth as possible whilst ensuring safety - BLIP Systems helps us do that," says Adrian Witherow, Chief Operating Officer at Edinburgh Airport.
Peter Knudsen, chief executive at Blip Systems, said: "We are happy to be able to provide Port of Dover with operational data that can be used to optimize processes to the benefit of both the port and the passengers.
The on-going collaboration between Beca and Blip Systems has led to the system being deployed across three regions in New Zealand (Auckland, Waikato and Wellington), with coverage expected to expand further in 2013.
BLIP is a stand-alone local platform, which communicates through Bluetooth(TM) technology, and enables users to gain access to information through their mobile phone, PDA or other mobile device.