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pip

1
1. the seed of a fleshy fruit, such as an apple or pear
2. any of the segments marking the surface of a pineapple
3. a rootstock or flower of the lily of the valley or certain other plants

pip

2
1. a short high-pitched sound, a sequence of which can act as a time signal, esp on radio
2. a radar blip
3. 
a. a spot or single device, such as a spade, diamond, heart, or club on a playing card
b. any of the spots on dice or dominoes

pip

3
a contagious disease of poultry characterized by the secretion of thick mucus in the mouth and throat
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pip

[pip]
(electronics)
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pip

i. The display of a received pulse on a cathode-ray tube of a radar. Also called a blip
ii. An artificial signal on a radarscope, similar to a blip, used for reference.
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Pip

how orphan Philip Pirrup says his name. [Br. Lit.: Great Expectations]

Pip

Philip Pirrip, orphaned as an infant. [Br. Lit.: Great Expectations]
See: Orphan
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

PIP

(tool)
Peripheral Interchange Program.

A program on CP/M, RSX-11, RSTS/E, TOPS-10, and OS/8 (derived from a utility on the PDP-6) that was used for file copying (and in OS/8 and RT-11 for just about every other file operation you might want to do). It is said that when the program was written, during the development of the PDP-6 in 1963, it was called ATLATL ("Anything, Lord, to Anything, Lord"; this played on the Nahuatl word "atlatl" for a spear-thrower, with connotations of utility and primitivity that were no doubt quite intentional).

See also BLT, dd, cat.
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PIP

(1) (Picture-In-Picture) Viewing a small video window in the middle of a full-screen video display. Although widely used for TV, it is also used in videoconferencing to see how you appear to others in the conference. See picture-in-picture.

(2) (Partner Interface Process) See RosettaNet.

(3) (Peripheral Interchange Program) A CP/M utility program that was used to copy files.
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In the first six months of 2017/18 some 66% of 42,741 PIP appeals went in the claimant's favour.
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In 2015, 699 people in Coventry appealed against PIP decisions.
The second stage of Pip's life takes place in London (after he became rich) where he becomes friends with Herbert Pocket.
You could verbally agree to perform the duties requested in the document and to make positive changes but refuse to sign the PIP.
The bad faith attorneys sued the PIP attorneys after demanding that the disputed fees be placed in separate escrow accounts, which they failed to do.
They were ecstatic in their bubble, until the day, the sonographer, at first stumbled over a clumsy excuse to leave the room, then backed out, leaving Pip's abdomen sticky, and the ultrasound probe dangling in mid-air.
Engineering design of PIP is no different than an ordinary subsea pipeline.