Trip Interview Program. A cooperative state-federal commercial fishery dependent sampling activity conducted in the Southeast region of NMFS, concentrating on size and age information for stock assessments of federal, interstate, and state managed species. TIP also provides information on the species composition, quantity, and price for market categories, and catch-per-unit effort for individual trips that are sampled.
Theater Injection Point. A transportable injection system that provides the capability for theater commanders to transmit information directly from within a theater to the GBS space segment. Although functionally equivalent to a PIP, the TIP, as a transportable system, also includes the theater broadcast management segment.
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM. A five (5) year projection of capital transportation projects, related costs and funding sources. The program covers Year 1 which is the existing fiscal year and includes five additional years of projected costs beginning with the upcoming fiscal year.
Transportation Improvement Program. is a document compiled by the NCDOT biannually that allocates available funding among planned highway projects over a six-year period for planning, design, right-of-way acquisition, and construction. It is the blueprint for transportation improvement projects across the state.
Transportation Improvement Program. This is a document prepared by states and MPOs citing projects to be funded under federal transportation programs, typically for a three to five year period. Without TIP inclusion, a project is ineligible for federal funding.
Transportation Improvement Program - A federally required document produced by the regional transportation planning agency (MTC in the Bay Area) that states the investment priorities for transit and transit-related improvements, mass transit guideways, general aviation and highways. A project using federal transportation funds, on the federal system, on the state system, requiring a federal permit, or of regional significance must be included in the TIP.
Transportation Improvement Program. The region's fiver agenda of surface transportation project. The TIP lists projects for which federal money is sought and the regionally significant, non-federally funded projects planned for the same period. The TIP helps the transportation officials and the public track the use of local, state and federal transportation funds.
Transportation Improvement Program. A program of intermodal transportation projects, to be implemented over several years, growing out of the planning process and designed to improve transportation in a community. This program is required as a condition of a locality receiving federal transit and highway grants.
Transportation Improvement Program. Under ISTEA, a document prepared by states and planning commissions citing projects to be funded under federal transportation programs for a full-year period. Without TIP inclusion, a project is ineligible for federal funding.
Transportation Improvement Program. A three-year, prioritized program of transportation projects within a metropolitan or regional planning area proposed for federal funding. It includes all regionally significant projects, planning research activities and emergency relief projects.
Transportation Improvement Program. A program of proposed projects to improve an area's transportation system that is prepared for submittal to the US Department of Transportation as part of the grant-in-aid application process.
Transportation Improvement Program. A five-year list of authorized local transportation projects approved each year by the First Coast MPO. Includes a prioritized list of all projects that will be constructed with Federal and State transportation funding.
Transportation Improvement Program. Also known as the Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP), the TIP is a three-year transportation investment strategy required under ISTEA and TEA-21, similar to the six-year TIPs required of local jurisdictions by state law, which addresses the goals of long-range plans and lists priority projects and activities for the region. The MTIP includes projects within the MPO's area that are proposed for funding.
Terminal Interface Message Processor. This historic term refers to the nodes in the original ARPANET that had the capability to service terminals directly, allowing users to gain access to ARPANET hosts. A TIP was basically an IMP with a special terminal interface. TIPs later evolved to TACs.
Refers to advance or inside information passed by one person (a TIPPER) to another (a TIPPEE) as a basis for a decision to buy or sell a SECURITY. Such information is presumed to be of material value and not available to the general public. The SEC prohibits trading on the basis of such information by insiders. See also INSIDER, INSIDER TRADING, TIPPEES, and TIPPER.
A square dance session consisting of two parts, a patter call and a singing call. The patter call consists of a rapid-fire sequence of spoken calls which lead the dancers through intricate and unpredictable patterns. There is usually background music to provide a basic beat, but the emphasis is on dance as an intellectual exercise. In the singing call, the moves are much more predictable and usually consist of sequences practiced during the patter call. The caller usually sings a popular song with the calls interspersed between the phrases and the emphasis is on dancing to the music.
The end of the cue stick that makes contact with the object ball. Usually made of layers of compressed leather. Some synthetic materials are now used as well, particularly on some break/jump cues which use phenolic tips.
the end of the cue stick which strikes the cue ball. Normally the tip is made of leather or multiple thin layers of laminated leather. Synthetic materials have also been used for cue tips but were not favorably received by players and are seldom seen anymore. triangle see rack.
Tip is the debut album by Finger Eleven, following their name change. The band was dropped from their record label in 1997, six weeks after the album was released in Canada. They were picked up by Wind-up and the album was re-released on September 26, 1998 to the U.S. and Canada.
Someone else's idea of what you should buy. The newspapers are full of them and they abound in investing circles. Ignore them and make your investment decisions on the basis of your own ideas, knowledge and research. That way, you know what you're undertaking and can take full responsibility for your investment decisions, good or bad.
the radiating surface of a horn or other final element of a stack or convertor which radiates acoustic energy outwards to do work (such as processing or joining). Tips may be integral with the final output element or may be removable.
The tip of a weapon is the most important part because it's usually the least safe area. Tips receive the most damage and the core will sometimes break from the tip. Make sure your tips are always in safe working order.
A tip is a payment to certain service sector workers beyond the advertised bill or fee. These payments and their size are a matter of social custom. Tipping varies from culture to culture and by service industry.