Definitions for "Skip"
To cause to skip; as, to skip a stone.
The fourth player on a team to deliver a stone during each and every end. The skip usually directs the strategy during the game.
The player who determines the strategy, reads the ice and directs play for his team. Generally the skip delivers the last pair of stones for his team in each end.
An atmospheric phenomenon which occasionally allows RF transmissions to be received at unexpectedly great distances, usually for only brief periods of time.
a signal that is received via skywave. Usually referring to FM and TV. Skip can occur during the day and usually in the summer time where atmospheric conditions are right and a distant FM signal will bounce off the ionosphere (like AM signals do at night). Picture throwing a rock across the water and having the rock bounce, or "skip" a few times across the water.
the bounce of the radio signal off the ionosphere
Keywords:  hoisted, mine, shaft, hoppit, guide
An iron bucket, which slides between guides, for hoisting mineral and rock.
Container used to transport material in mine.
A guided steel hoppit used in vertical or inclined shafts for winding coal or mineral. It can also be adapted to carry people.
Keywords:  leap, lightly, sportive, hounds, jump
To leap lightly; to move in leaps and hounds; -- commonly implying a sportive spirit.
To leap lightly over; as, to skip the rope.
A light leap or bound.
Keywords:  skep, basket, beehive, wicker, props
A basket. See Skep.
A basket on wheels, used in cotton factories.
A beehive; a skep.
An area of uncoated sheet which is frequently caused by equipment malfunction.
A skip is when a phonograph or gramophone or CD player malfunctions or is disturbed so as to play incorrectly, causing a break in sound or a jump to another part of the disk.
Simple Key Management Protocol (SKIP) is an authentication/ encryption system that secures the network at the IP packet level.
Simple Key-management for Internet Protocols. SKIP is a public key certificate-based key-management scheme that provides key-management for Internet protocols. SKIP uses certified Diffie-Hellman public values, which obviates the need for pseudo-session state establishment and for prior communications between two participating ends in order to acquire and change traffic encryption keys. SKIP addresses the problems inherent in companies that have employees telecommuting from home, a sales force on the road working from laptops, or customers purchasing their products off the Web. The SunScreen SKIP allows employees, partners, and consumers to communicate with encryption, while protecting their data as they go out on the Internet. At this point, SunScreen SKIP works with Sun SolarisTM 2.4, 2.5, and 2.5.1 and Solaris for the Intel Platform.
Simple Key Interchange Protocol. Protocol that establishes session keys to use with IPSEC protocol headers. SKIP data is carried in packet headers and travel in every IPSEC protected packet.
Keywords:  backward, figaro, nta, hitch, forward
FIGARO word for skipping over files on tapes (+ moves forward, -- moves backward)
(NTA) Slide of the weighted foot (or feet) forward, backward or sideways. (ME) A hitch with movement of the weighted foot
a consumer who has moved without informing creditors or leaving a forwarding address
Fail to appear with the intent to flee justice. Some failures to appear are accidental without fleeing. Skips involve a person who believes they can evade justice by making their friends and family (cosigners) pay the court the bail. Thankfully for justice (and the cosigners), the amount of skips who succeed are few and far between. The bail agents and the bail recovery agents they hire are much better at finding a person than that person is at fleeing justice.
intentionally fail to attend; "cut class"
Fig.: To leave matters unnoticed, as in reading, speaking, or writing; to pass by, or overlook, portions of a thing; -- often followed by over.
This is when the debtor leaves the area in which he incurred the debt and cannot be located.
leave suddenly; "She persuaded him to decamp"; "skip town"
A nickname for a Scouter, particularly a Sea Scoutmaster.
slang for a teacher. Usually shouted as a warning of an approaching teacher by a lookout when you were up to something you shouldn't be
Keywords:  scoot, see
Skip is a fictional character on the WB Network's television program Angel. He appears in seasons three and four, and is played by the actor David Denman.
A skip (or dumpster in American English) is a large open-topped container modified for loading onto a truck. Skips are commonly used to hold open topped loads of construction and demolition waste or other waste types.
Keywords:  crochet, omit, miss, lesson, stitch
To pass over or by without notice; to omit; to miss; as, to skip a line in reading; to skip a lesson.
Skip specified number of crochet stitches of the previous row and work into next stitch. (UK: miss)
Keywords:  sirup, pans, charge
A charge of sirup in the pans.
Keywords:  lorry, rubbish, tank, quantities, steel
a large tank like steel container used to remove large quantities of rubbish, delivered and removed by lorry
Keywords:  melodic, gait, hops, step, whole
a gait in which steps and hops alternate
Melodic movement of more than one whole step.
Keywords:  neglect, mistake
a mistake resulting from neglect
Keywords:  bum, can't, brought, hide, trying
a bum who has run out and away from their debts, and who is trying to hide so they can't be brought to court to be forced to pay up
Keywords:  hint, ignore, brush, delete, tells
a special texture used with HINT texture on a brush, it just tells the compile to ignore that face plane and delete it. SKIP cannot be used with any other texture.
The act of passing over an interval from one thing to another; an omission of a part.
an interval of a third or fourth
Self-recoverable temporary interruption ( no deposition of ink) in a otherwise continuous line
Keywords:  proper, hits, disc, angle, distance
The result when a disc hits the ground at the proper angle and speed, skipping off of the ground for extra distance.
Keywords:  clause, payment
Skip-Payment Clause
Keywords:  passage, once, degree, sound, another
A passage from one sound to another by more than a degree at once.
Keywords:  desired, finds, track, start, feature
A CD feature that finds the start of a desired track.
Keywords:  tones, separated, two, one
Two tones separated by one or more tones.
Keywords:  bound, off, point, another, one
bound off one point after another
Keywords:  note, movement, right, another, one
a movement from one note to another note not right next to it