Definitions for "Flipper"
Keywords:  pectoral, cetacean, fin, limb, whale
A broad flat limb used for swimming, as those of seals, sea turtles, whales, etc.
The front limb or pectoral fin of a cetacean.
Rubber swimming aid worn on the feet. Usually available in two sizes, 3 and 17
Keywords:  denture, tooth, teeth, false, acrylic
A partial acrylic denture to replace missing front teeth.
a false tooth to temporarily take the place of a missing tooth before the permanent bridge, crown or implant is placed
a plastic partial denture with a tooth bonded to its front edge
Keywords:  ipo, trader, riled, affable, quick
This is an investor who has acquired shares of an IPO at it's offering price and sells it immediately. Fidelity currently defines immediately as within 15 calendar days following pricing. The consequences of flipping at Fidelity Investments is that the investor will be prohibited from participating in future equity new issue offerings for a defined period of time. The defined period of time which you will be prevented from participating depends on how many times you have flipped shares in the past and a breakdown of those "exclusion" periods are listed below: The first time customer sells shares of an IPO obtained through Fidelity in first 15 calendar day they will be prevented from participating in IPO process for 180 days. The second time customer sells shares of an IPO obtained through Fidelity in first 15 calendar day they will be prevented from participating in IPO process for 365 days. The third time customer sells shares of an IPO obtained through Fidelity in first 15 calendar day they will be prevented from participating in IPO process permanently
Is a trader who takes quick advantage of a profit. It often refers to individuals - not financial institutions - who quickly sell their Initial Public Offering (IPO) positions.
This is a speculator, who will buy shares in an IPO and then quickly sell them at a profit. 403(b): a reference to an IRS code section, which allows tax-sheltered retirement plans for employees of nonprofit organizations, such as school districts.
Keywords:  remake, pax, hogan, elijah, uncle
a disc that contains most of the movie on Side A and the conclusion on Side B
Flipper, is a 1996 remake of the 1963 Flipper, starring Elijah Wood. The movie is about a boy who has to spend the summer with his uncle Porter (Paul Hogan), who lives in the Florida Keys. Although he expects to have another boring summer, he encounters an orphaned dolphin which he names Flipper and enjoys a summer of friendship bonding with the orphaned one.
Flipper (1995), is an American television series, also known as The New Adventures of Flipper. It was a remake of the 1964 Flipper television series. The first two series appeared first in syndication; series 3 and 4 appeared on the PAX network.
Keywords:  skid, bowler, bowled, legspinner, shane
A variation for the legspinner that appears to be pitching short but the ball skids on quickly and often results in bowled or lbw. It is a delivery that is used sparingly
a type of ball bowled by a leg spin bowler, which spins backwards, making it skid off the pitch and move quickly and low after bouncing, without deviating sideways. cf. top-spinner.
An underhand delivery used by a leg-spin bowler which comes at the batsman faster than a standard ball, with backspin. Gets Shane Warne's seal of approval.
Flipper is an influential punk/noise band from San Francisco, California, formed in 1979, continuing on in often erratic fashion until the mid-1990's, then reuniting in 2005. Its founding members included former members of the Sleepers and Negative Trend.
Keywords:  cowden, ricou, halfway, clark, james
a DVD that you have to turn over halfway through to watch the whole film
a DVD which needs to be flipped during the film
Flipper is an American feature film (1963) written by Ricou Browning and Jack Cowden, and directed by James B. Clark.
A device used in some electronic changeable copy signs, installed in a disk, door,cibe,or sphere. It opens and closes electromagnetically, displaying a colored or black surface. Flipper signs are often used as an alternative to incandescent bulb displays.
Keywords:  imbibe, elbow, serve, need, someone
If someone is pointing their elbow at you (also known as 'using their flipper') they are either indicating that you need to imbibe, or that it is your serve.
Keywords:  springer, mild, drawn, striking, hard
a springer of such mild character that the head may be drawn in by striking the can on a hard object
Keywords:  seven, letter, word
a seven-letter word
Keywords:  animals, arm
an arm for animals
Keywords:  hand
The hand.