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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.
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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.
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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.
So Blips' can be defined as a transient VLs (viral load) >50 c/ml, preceded and followed by measurements < 50 c/ml without a change in treatment.
there is a divestiture or sale of more than fifty percent (50%) of a named insured's assets and/or liabilities; then coverage under this policy will continue for the named insured, but only for blips that happen before the date of such event described above.
Look at this quote from last month: "In the overall picture, it is a blip and we will get ready for the next one (match)."
Sunday's surprise draw at Everton was followed by a shock Carling Cup exit to Charlton in midweek, which Ferguson hopes could be the start of a blip he waited all last season for but which never came.
Mourinho also has a word of advice for Fergie and his rival managers who claim Chelsea will have a blip during the forthcoming campaign.
Often, blips would fill up a depth layer on the monitors' screens, then move up and down over the course of the night.
A British Medical Association spokesman said: "The danger in focusing on the upward and downward blips is you forget it is the time people wait which is important."
How else account for Rhythm Plus (1991), a modestly quirky pseudo-ballet, and Impromptu (1993), which featured mirrored balls spinning at different speeds, filling the stage with dizzying blips of light?
"Birmingham Airport engaged with BLIP Systems, following a competitive tender process.