Definitions for "Clips "
Copies of a writer's published work, usually taken from newspapers or magazines, which serve as samples for prospective editors.
Published samples of your writing that you can submit with queries (some markets require this). They usually take the form of professionally-presented photocopies of published works. Sometimes called "tear sheets."
Published samples of writings that a writer submits with queries to prospective markets. Sometimes called “tear sheets”.
Metal retainers that hold the eccentric wheel axles in place. Also called "E Clips" or "C clips."
Wire spring devices to hold glass in rabbeted sash, without stops, and face glazed.
Several clip designs are available to suit applications such as fire resistance, wind uplift and impact. Fire-resistance rated designs have exact requirements, including the mandatory use of hold down clips for acoustical panels or tiles weighing less than 4.9 kg/m2 (1.0 pound per square foot). For rooms with significant air pressure differential from adjacent spaces, retention clips may be necessary to retain panels in place. Maintaining air pressure values may also require perimeter panel seals, typically a closed cell foam gasket with adhesive on one side.
Keywords:  forgy, expert, charles, ops, nasa
CLIPS is a productive development and delivery expert system tool which provides a complete environment for the construction of rule- and/or object-based expert systems. It is used by numerous users throughout the public and private community, including all NASA sites and branches of the military, numerous federal bureaus, government contractors, universities, and many companies.
The software CLIPS is an expert system tool. CLIPS is an acronym for "C Language Integrated Production System." The syntax and name was inspired by Charles Forgy's OPS ("Official Production System," although there was nothing really official about it).
Keywords:  wicket, tournament, confused, ball, six
colored clips, one for each ball, which are placed on wickets to show which ball is going for which wicket and in what direction.
The color of each ball, the clips are placed on the next wicket that a ball for. The clips are placed on the top of the wickets through the first six wickets and on the sides for the six back wickets. They are used in tournament play and by the easily confused.
Keywords:  tenter, grip, assembled, chain, molding
Devices used to attach decorative molding to the vehicle body.
Devices assembled into a chain to grip the edges of a web and carry the web through a tenter.
Keywords:  edison, jaws, meter, contact, load
Also known as JAWS. Point of contact between Edison meter and customer load. Customer responsibility.