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tip

1
1. a payment given for services in excess of the standard charge; gratuity
2. a piece of inside information, esp in betting or investing

tip

2
a glancing hit in cricket

tip

[tip]
(design engineering)
A piece of material secured to and differing from a cutter tooth or blade.
(electricity)
The contacting part at the end of a phone plug.
(electronics)
A small protuberance on the envelope of an electron tube, resulting from the closing of the envelope after evacuation.

TIP

tip

i. The extremities of airfoils, such as in wing tips.
ii. The angle of rotation of a reconnaissance camera about an aircraft transverse axis. Also called pitch.

TIP

(1)
Texas Instruments Pascal.

TIP

(2)
A Unix program for interactive communication via serial lines.

Unix manual page: tip(1).

TIP

(Trouble In Paradise) A freeware program from Gibson Research Corporation, Laguna Hills, CA (www.grc.com) that checks the health of Zip and Jaz drives. See click of death. See also tip and ring.
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Throughout the unionization drive, there was a largely unspoken goal--to pressure Tronc to sell the newspaper to a public-minded owner who cared about journalism and would invest in the newspaper, instead of siphoning away its resources.
Tronc rejected Soon-Shiong's offer to buy Los Angeles Times last year which resulted in a heated debate between Soon-Shiong and the chairman of Tronc, Michael Ferro.
Corina, fi-a picat cu tronc primarul din Baia Mare?
So while Tronc believes in using seasonal fruit, the patisserie's pastry counter reflects the freshest of what can be found in France at any specific time.
A tronc is a special arrangement among waiting staff to collect and distribute tips, and is usually operated by one employee ( a "troncmaster" ( who typically runs the tronc outside the influence of the employer.
Je suis peut-E[logical not]tre une plume dans l'aile d'un corbeau, Ou une particule enterrE[umlaut]e dans les cendres d'un gisement de charbon chinois Je suis peut-E[logical not]tre une portion d'un fruit africain, ou d'un tronc d'arbre au Panana.
A tronc is a special arrangement amongst waiting staff to collect and distribute tips, and is usually operated by one employee - a "tronc-master" - who typically runs the tronc outside the influence of the employer.
Nor is the sensual quality implicit in her protagonist's passion for a tree to be taken lightly, as she writes: "Je posais mes mains largement ouvertes sur son tronc pour en caresser la rugosite, pour en eprouver la rudesse qui annoncait le miracle des prochaines floraisons....
Chronologiquement, la construction des nouveaux edifices consacres strictement a la fonction tertiaire de direction se fait dans l'ordre suivant: le nouveau siege social du Grand Tronc (59) en 1901, l'edifice Canadian Express en 1906-1908 et les Edifices McGill et Shaughnessy (60) en 1912.
Jean-Louis Tronc, director of human resources and corporate communication of DuPont de Nemours, France, explains, "We view ourselves as a company which has eliminated the international aspect.
Before joining the company formerly known as tronc in 2017, Kollias headed her own media relations firm and served as spokeswoman for Wrapports, then owner of the Chicago Sun-Times.