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clip

the pointed flange on a horseshoe that secures it to the front part of the hoof
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clip

[klip]
(design engineering)
A device that fastens by gripping, clasping, or hooking one part to another.
(ordnance)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

clip

1. A portion of a brick cut to length.
2. A special fastener made of light-gauge sheet metal or wire for the attachment of gypsum lath to channel or steel studs.
3. A small device, usually of metal, for holding larger parts in place, either by friction or by mechanical action, as a spring device of metal used to hold glass in a window.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

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CLiP

(programming, tool)
A documentation extractor by Eric W. van Ammers that recognises a particular style of comments. This style can be adjusted to suit virtually any programming language and target documentation language. CLiP was designed to be compatible with hypertext systems.

Version 2.1 runs on MS-DOS, VAX/VMS and Unix

ftp://sun01.info.wau.nl/clip/.
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CLIP

(CLassical IP) See Classical IP.
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Tie a square knot with those two ends and clip off the excess thread.
Rumex patientia produces new flushes of Clip off flowers as edible leaves each time they fade to prevent it is cut back.
Actions: Zoom off a curb to the right side, overcorrect to left, slide and spin on dew to right, clip off three 8-by-8-inch pressure-treated fence posts, and kill an 18-inch oak that, on the other hand, also managed to stop the car--instantly!
Consumers are advised to clip off the felt ears and limbs of the pop-up characters.
Former Durham batsman Peng drove a boundary which took Glamorgan to three figures, and a Croft clip off his legs for four saw the target dip below 100.
Paul Huntington saw a header fly wide after a corner on 57 minutes, then Critchlow saw an angled effort clip off City full back James Blake and roll away for a corner.
By then, the 29-year-old had found the ropes once with a clip off the pads through midwicket.
England could have had a further wicket in that dramatic first over with Graham Thorpe, now installed as the new short leg fielder in the side, just missing a sharp chance as new bats man Jacques Rudolph got off the mark with a clip off his legs.
To enter, clip off the subscriber label on your magazine and attach it to your entry along with a current photograph of yourself.
Before sending in your poster, clip off the subscriber label on your magazine and attach it to your entry, along with your school photo.