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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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Among 53 metro areas analyzed in the report with at least 1 million people, those with the smallest share of completed flips sold to FHA buyers in 2018 were San Jose, California (1.3 percent); Raleigh, North Carolina (4.3 percent); San Francisco, California (6.0 percent); Memphis, Tennessee (6.5 percent); and San Diego, California (7.2 percent).
By comparison, Lancaster and Lebanon counties saw rising profits and a steady number of home flips. There were 99 flips in the second quarter in Lancaster County, down from 103 for the year-ago quarter.
The Samsung Flip's portable, wheel-based stand makes it easier for to move it around the room, much like passing along ideas.
If the loan goes bad they are happy to take back the property (which they vetted upfront before approving the loan) and add to their portfolio of rentals--or flip themselves if that is a better option.
Some 21% of the flips completed in the first quarter of the year were purchased as bank-owned homes, compared with a high of 29% in the third quarter of 2009.
RealtyTrac found that there were 110,008 investors or entities that did at least one home flip in 2015.
States With Highest Share of Flips State Share of Sales Nevada 8.8% Florida 8.0% Alabama 7.4% Arizona 7.1% Tennessee 6.9%
Unfortunately my comprehension of the 360 flip turned out to be pretty spot-specific.
"Our new Flip UltraHD takes this to the next level by making it incredibly simple and affordable for anyone to capture and share hours of video in stunning HD," Pure Digital CEO Jonathan Kaplan said as part of the announcement.
And Earth is long overdue: The last flip occurred more than 750,000 years ago.
Since the coin never actually flips, it is guaranteed to land on the same face that it started out on.
According to one crew member, during the final stages of the flip, "you put one foot on the floor and one foot on the wall, and, as the ship flips, the floor becomes the wall and the wall becomes the floor."