magazine vs clip

magazine clip

Definitions

  • 1) A periodical publication, generally consisting of sheets of paper folded in half and stapled at fold.
  • 2) Detachable ammunition holder enabling multiple rounds of ammunition to be fed to a gun.
  • 3) An ammunition storehouse.
  • 4) A place where goods are stored, especially a building in a fort or a storeroom on a warship where ammunition is kept.
  • 5) Any of various compartments attached to machines, used for storing or supplying necessary material.
  • 6) The contents of a storehouse, especially a stock of ammunition.
  • 7) A compartment in a camera in which rolls or cartridges of film are held for feeding through the exposure mechanism.
  • 8) A compartment in some types of firearms, often a small detachable box, in which cartridges are held to be fed into the firing chamber.
  • 9) A television program that presents a variety of topics, usually on current events, in a format that often includes interviews and commentary.
  • 10) A periodical containing a collection of articles, stories, pictures, or other features.
  • 11) clothing made chiefly of woolen, without anything metallic about it, to be worn in a powder magazine.
  • 12) a portable firearm, as a rifle, with a chamber carrying cartridges which are brought automatically into position for firing.
  • 13) A chamber in a gun for holding a number of cartridges to be fed automatically to the piece.
  • 14) A pamphlet published periodically containing miscellaneous papers or compositions.
  • 15) A country or district especially rich in natural products.
  • 16) A receptacle in which anything is stored, especially military stores, as ammunition, arms, provisions, etc.
  • 17) A city viewed as a marketing center.
  • 18) A store, or shop, where goods are kept for sale.
  • 19) a stove having a chamber for holding fuel which is supplied to the fire by some self-feeding process, as in the common base-burner.
  • 20) A reservoir or supply chamber for a stove, battery, camera, typesetting machine, or other apparatus.
  • 21) The building or room in which the supply of powder is kept in a fortification or a ship.
  • 22) a storehouse (as a compartment on a warship) where weapons and ammunition are stored
  • 23) a metal frame or container holding cartridges; can be inserted into an automatic gun
  • 24) product consisting of a paperback periodic publication as a physical object
  • 25) a light-tight supply chamber holding the film and supplying it for exposure as required
  • 26) a periodic publication containing pictures and stories and articles of interest to those who purchase it or subscribe to it
  • 27) a business firm that publishes magazines
  • 28) Specifically
  • 29) The cartridge-chamber of a magazine-rifle.
  • 30) A receptacle in which anything is stored; a storehouse; a warehouse.
  • 31) The fuel-chamber of a magazine-stove. See below.
  • 32) The close room in the hold of a man-of-war where the ammunition is kept.
  • 33) A strong building, constructed usually of brick or stone, for storing securely quantities of gunpowder or other explosive material, and warlike stores, for either industrial or military purposes.
  • 34) A pamphlet periodically published, containing miscellaneous papers or compositions.
  • 35) Of or relating to periodicals.
  • 36) To store in, or as in, a magazine; to store up for use.

Definitions

  • 1) Informal A pace or rate.
  • 2) Football An illegal block from the rear.
  • 3) Informal A quick sharp blow.
  • 4) Informal A pace or rate.
  • 5) A pair of shears or clippers.
  • 6) A short extract from a movie or television program.
  • 7) A piece of jewelry that fastens with a clasp or clip; a brooch.
  • 8) A cartridge clip.
  • 9) A single occasion; a time.
  • 10) A season's shearing.
  • 11) Any of various devices for gripping or holding things together; a clasp or fastener.
  • 12) Football An illegal block from the rear.
  • 13) Something clipped off, especially.
  • 14) Informal A quick sharp blow.
  • 15) The act of clipping.
  • 16) The wool shorn at one shearing, as of sheep.
  • 17) A metal clasp or confining piece used to connect the parts of a carriage-gear, or to hold the hook of a whipple-tree.
  • 18) The quantity of wool shorn at a single shearing of sheep; a season's shearing.
  • 19) Rate of rapid motion, as of horses or yachts: as, a three-mile clip; a fifteen-knot clip.
  • 20) plural Shears, especially sheep-shears.
  • 21) In farriery, a projecting flange on the upper surface of a horseshoe, which partially embraces the wall of the hoof.
  • 22) A grasp; clasp; grip, as of a machine.
  • 23) Same as cartridge-clip.
  • 24) In angling, a salmon-gaff.
  • 25) A blow or stroke with the hand.
  • 26) A clasp or spring-holder for letters, papers, etc.
  • 27) A device for closing a vent in a machine.
  • 28) An embrace.
  • 29) To embrace; infold; hug; clasp; grasp; grip.
  • 30) To hold together by pressure, as with a spring, screw, or bandage.
  • 31) To cut off or sever with a sharp instrument, as shears or scissors; trim or make shorter by cutting: as, to clip the hair; to clip a bird's wings.
  • 32) Tocuthair.
  • 33) A dialectal form of clepe.
  • 34) To diminish by cutting or paring: as, to clip coin; “clipped silver,”
  • 35) To move swiftly, as a falcon, a horse, or a yacht: often with an indefinite it.
  • 36) To cut hair.
  • 37) Hence To pronounce (words) in a shortened form, or with abbreviation.
  • 38) To shorten; curtail; cut short; impair by lessening.
  • 39) To cut, cut off, or cut out with or as if with shears.
  • 40) Football To block (an opponent) illegally from the rear.
  • 41) To cut off the edge of.
  • 42) Slang To cheat, swindle, or rob.
  • 43) To enunciate with clarity and precision.
  • 44) Informal To move rapidly.
  • 45) Sports To hit or kick (the ball) in a certain direction.
  • 46) To cut short; curtail.
  • 47) To shorten (a word or words) by leaving out letters or syllables.
  • 48) To make shorter by cutting; trim.
  • 49) Informal To hit with a sharp blow.
  • 50) Slang To cheat, swindle, or rob.
  • 51) Football To block (an opponent) illegally from the rear.
  • 52) Informal To move rapidly.
  • 53) Sports To hit or kick (the ball) in a certain direction.
  • 54) To cut something.
  • 55) Informal To hit with a sharp blow.
  • 56) To move swiftly; -- usually with indefinite it.
  • 57) To fasten with or as if with a clip; hold tightly.
  • 58) Archaic To embrace or encompass.
  • 59) Archaic To embrace or encompass.

Examples

  • 1) The man was covered partially in magazines which I think he had placed on top of him to try and conceal himself.
  • 2) She has since gone on to feature in high-profile ad campaigns and has appeared on the front cover of Vogue magazine.
  • 3) Last year she made the cover of Interview magazine after having a punk makeover and she has starred in photoshoots for the fashionable W magazine.
  • 4) She now writes mainly for magazines and specialist publications.
  • 5) They want to look like models on the cover of a magazine.
  • 6) The bolt was back and magazine empty.
  • 7) In another life her face could have graced the covers of fashion magazines and billboards.
  • 8) As opposed to that on the magazine cover and the music as a blurb.
  • 9) Was that new recipe variant in this month 's cookery magazine better than the old one?
  • 10) Given that those magazines live by advertising, that may be too much to expect.
  • 11) It is likely to be covered by a celebrity magazine as part of a lucrative six-figure deal.
  • 12) Prepare a portfolio of your work and send it to fashion houses, magazines and other publications.
  • 13) Imagine publishes high-end print magazines and digital publications for tablet computers and smartphones.
  • 14) And talking of value for money, this month the magazine comes with a free luxury beach bag.
  • 15) Most people blamed the format, which struggled to decide if it was a satire show or a typical magazine programme.
  • 16) Stunning magazines'The internet covers shopping so well, it makes that part of magazines redundant.
  • 17) So, when the first magazine was empty, it was quicker to engage the second one.
  • 18) She said: 'I would love to have an adult wildlife magazine programme.
  • 19) READ the full interview in this month 's Loaded magazine.
  • 20) It's my favourite part of the magazine and the first thing I read.
  • 21) WHY do people chuck magazines for recycling when they could recycle them to friends, neighbours or doctors' surgeries?
  • 22) ‘Fashion arrived through illustrations and articles in magazines, catalogues, and trade publications.’
  • 23) ‘Since 1991, numerous popular daily and weekly magazines have published articles on Mavi Jeans.’
  • 24) ‘Consumer car magazines and publications like Consumer Reports provide detailed reviews on virtually all new cars.’
  • 25) ‘Her stories, articles, essays and poetry have been published in various magazines and online publications.’
  • 26) ‘Like us, they're avid readers and enjoy perusing many periodicals, magazines and both local papers.’
  • 27) ‘Through the years, articles on datolite have periodically appeared in mineral magazines.’
  • 28) ‘In nineteenth-century periodicals, magazines, and newspapers, articles on scientific issues were set side by side with fiction, poetry, and literary criticism.’
  • 29) ‘There's a fascinating article in the new issue of The Economist, the magazine, a British publication.’
  • 30) ‘He had been interested in the weather since his childhood and now wrote for many newspapers and had published several books and a monthly magazine on the subject and also appeared on television.’
  • 31) ‘They often look to advertisements in fashion magazines or trade publications and to reviews of the runway shows for ideas about what to produce.’
  • 32) ‘Her background in writing started as an extension to that hobby, with columns and articles appearing in dog sport magazines and breed publications for many years.’
  • 33) ‘Print ads will appear in golf publications, Sports Illustrated and weekly news magazines.’
  • 34) ‘Well, the many articles written in the weekly and monthly angling magazines about winter carp fishing are correct, with respects to the basics, so I will start with them.’
  • 35) ‘Readers appreciate the magazine if the articles help them gain knowledge.’
  • 36) ‘Wilson has written many articles for magazines and medical journals.’
  • 37) ‘Lipsky, a journalist for Rolling Stone magazine, periodically chronicles modern college campus life.’
  • 38) ‘He has a diploma in journalism and has published several features, stories and poetry in magazines and periodicals.’
  • 39) ‘Through his books and magazines over a period of 18 years, he became the great communicator of swimming.’
  • 40) ‘The tips are often random collections of articles licensed from how-to magazines and books.’
  • 41) ‘This was the period of books and magazines about agriculture and of the agricultural show for disseminating new ideas.’
  • 42) ‘John added a new string to his bow when in 1998 he became the presenter of a new magazine programme called Home Truths on Radio 4.’
  • 43) ‘On Thursday evenings Trevor Hunt and Jack Dearden present a magazine programme featuring guests from the world of Rugby League.’
  • 44) ‘The idea for the magazine programme came about when staff at Three Counties Radio met with people at the Centre for Youth and Community Development in Luton.’
  • 45) ‘BBC Radio 3's jazz magazine programme focuses on the established generation, playing mainstream jazz as well as the new generation of players.’
  • 46) ‘Moore was interviewed for the BBC World Service daily magazine programme, Outlook.’
  • 47) ‘The addition of a magazine programme at the start of the schedule is another major feature of this overhaul.’
  • 48) ‘This week, for the first time in its history, BBC World Service's daily magazine programme Outlook is entirely devoted to ideas and stories from listeners.’
  • 49) ‘On Thursday, BBC Radio 4 will bring its longest-running magazine programme, Woman's Hour, to the showground on Thursday and Jenni Murray will present the programme live at 10 am.’
  • 50) ‘Fiona Bruce will present a new current affairs magazine programme for BBC ONE.’
  • 51) ‘Years later, I ended up working for a community television house that produced a weekly magazine programme covering all things Trinidadian - from Orisha festivals to modern dance recitals.’
  • 52) ‘Mark began his BBC career as a reporter on the South East magazine programme London Plus in 1986, before moving to Breakfast News and then on to Newsnight in 1989.’
  • 53) ‘There will be a weekly magazine programme, Five Live Formula One, every Friday as part of Sport on Five.’
  • 54) ‘A live broadcast of the BBC's longest-running magazine programme, Woman's Hour, presented by Jenni Murray, gave listeners around the country a flavour of the event.’
  • 55) ‘A magazine programme can be planned where children not only choose a topic but also go ahead with production, reporting and anchoring.’
  • 56) ‘To embrace everything going in science and technology, in 1968 we started the first topical magazine program, The World Tomorrow, on Saturdays.’
  • 57) ‘We are here to seek further distribution for Tartan TV - the new weekly half-hour television magazine programme showcasing Scotland to the world.’
  • 58) ‘Landward is Scotland's food, farming, environment and rural affairs magazine programme, featuring the latest developments and debates affecting the nation's countryside.’
  • 59) ‘The program opens with an obligatory introduction to the topic of this episode, then quickly launches into an overview segment that is similar to those one would see in an American news magazine program.’
  • 60) ‘Chum would offer programming similar to its other stations in Toronto and Vancouver, including local news, a current-affairs show looking at social and cultural issues and a live entertainment magazine program.’
  • 61) ‘Greyhound racing is about to receive a major publicity boost with the arrival of a weekly TV magazine programme.’
  • 62) ‘Most of the rifles chambered for the .284 have been designs that use detachable box magazines.’
  • 63) ‘The feed magazine usually contains 70 rounds, while another ten rounds are in the upper mounting and in the screw feeder.’
  • 64) ‘I happen to prefer integral magazines to detachable box magazines, but that's just a personal choice.’
  • 65) ‘When the bolt clicked on an empty chamber I automatically buttoned out the magazine, plucked a fresh one from my belt, and rammed it into the well.’
  • 66) ‘Rather than sitting out in the open and reloading, he is better served with a gun that will take one of your dwindling supply of high capacity magazines.’
  • 67) ‘The two magazines supplied with the gun are made of heat-treated, stainless steel with a smooth polymer follower.’
  • 68) ‘Yet when they are in the gun, cartridges feed from those Metalform magazines and into the chamber with utter reliability.’
  • 69) ‘There is a spacer in the magazine which prevents longer cartridges from being loaded.’
  • 70) ‘It's pretty common for the top cartridge in the magazine to move forward a bit under recoil.’
  • 71) ‘It was loaded with a magazine containing seven bullets.’
  • 72) ‘Feeding of cartridges from magazine to chamber was smooth and required little effort.’
  • 73) ‘It's the only repeater in the line, and is equipped with a detachable box magazine.’
  • 74) ‘Lona was loading her assault rifle next door with hardly a thought, mindlessly feeding rounds into two spare magazines, plus a third to be carried in the gun.’
  • 75) ‘The gun was identified as a German made 9mm pistol and was loaded with 9 rounds of ammunition in the full magazine.’
  • 76) ‘You have the rifle you brought with you to defend yourself from looters, and you have a magazine of ammunition.’
  • 77) ‘Remember; unloading your firearm means unloading it completely, so there is no ammunition in the chamber or in the magazine.’
  • 78) ‘He worked as a First Class Stoker in the boiler room, switching to loading ammunition magazines when on action stations.’
  • 79) ‘Church continued to drive the Humvee on three tires for four miles while firing at enemy targets and changing magazines with one hand.’
  • 80) ‘The AK-47 was meant for troops with little training, who could put their weapons on full auto and empty a few magazines at the enemy.’
  • 81) ‘They also found an AK - 47 assault rifle, five rifle magazines and spent shell casings on the roof.’
  • 82) ‘A film magazine from a K - 24 aerial camera was fitted to the back of a C - 1 camera.’
  • 83) ‘A clapper loader, ‘they load the magazines of film’.’
  • 84) ‘He has been able to remove stuck CD magazines by using a piece of shim stock or a hack saw blade and going alongside one of the long sides of the magazine to hit the release.’
  • 85) ‘A massive internal explosion - probably in an ammunition magazine below a forward gun turret, had blown off her bow.’
  • 86) ‘All but a handful of those buildings are ammunition magazines, or ‘igloos.’’
  • 87) ‘On either side of a tunnel deep inside the Rock, a series of huge chambers was being dug to accommodate purpose-built ammunition magazines.’
  • 88) ‘A torpedo had hit port side aft near an ammunition magazine, completely severing her stern.’
  • 89) ‘The latter were virtual subterranean towns equipped with barracks, kitchens, power plants, magazines, and even electric railways to transport men and ammunition.’
  • 90) ‘She took two torpedoes and one bomb, which set off a magazine explosion.’
  • 91) ‘Explosive is a tricoastal magazine, headquartered in New York, San Francisco & Iowa.’

Examples

  • 1) Does she mean one of those clip pegs?
  • 2) The film clips that made a fortune thetimes.
  • 3) The Scottish midfielder also clipped the bar.
  • 4) The competition watchdog also declined to clip the big banks' wings.
  • 5) She crossed lanes, clipped one oncoming car then hit another head-on.
  • 6) It will take place simultaneously with a screening in LA as lucky fans get to see exclusive clips of the new film.
  • 7) While there you can also get a 30-second clip shot in one of the houses and have a souvenir picture taken behind the bar of the Woolpack.
  • 8) See our exclusive clip at the address below.
  • 9) You should also clip box in dry weather conditions.
  • 10) His waxy face stills glows an unearthly peach colour above his neatly clipped ginger beard.
  • 11) The clip attaching his rope to the crane sprang loose during the jump.
  • 12) Watch clips of both acts online.
  • 13) But neatly clipped hedges have their beauty too.
  • 14) In one clip he apparently claims that his band was the catalyst for youth culture itself.
  • 15) Each advert screened sepia film clips of suffragettes marching with banners proclaiming the need for votes for women.
  • 16) Watch our exclusive clip online.
  • 17) He'll give me a clip around the ear.
  • 18) He had clipped his parachute to the metal clips on the chest of his harness but could not get through the small hatch.
  • 19) Not So began at a ludicrously fast clip.
  • 20) They come with twin batteries, two chargers and belt clips.
  • 21) He was clipping, cutting and punching almost at will although he was caught in the gully with just two runs required.
  • 22) Once he is satisfied with the fit, the relevant spaces for the toe and quarter clips are cut out using the drawing knife.
  • 23) I couldn't reach back and give him a clip on the ear.
  • 24) The church where I serve tends to move at a fast clip.
  • 25) It had a ground wire with a clip and I would attach the clip  to the rail of my bed.
  • 26) Suspend, Permit clipboard = clip = clipboard loop, 10 send {tab} {enter} {control down} {c} {control up} clipwait, 30 if clipboard \% clip\% break if clipboard \% clip\% spellkeys = clipboard
  • 27) But the McCain clip is another example of how a throw-away line at a campaign pit-stop can live on and on online.
  • 28) The built-in clip is at least useful for wrapping some flagging tape around, to make them more obvious on the ground.
  • 29) So we're going to hear the title clip, so to speak, the title scene in which the police captain actually makes the proposition.
  • 30) Edit the title clip by double-clicking on it in the Project Tree, then make your changes.
  • 31) Fans of the British incarnation will probably agree that this clip is at once familiar and also almost unutterably alien.
  • 32) I'm not sure if the placement indicated by this clip is the best place for it, but I'm sure Reitman could have found a place for it.
  • 33) I like his voice and the melancholic song, but the clip is a bit boring indeed.
  • 34) ‘The clips, bonded together in rows of 50, like gun nails, prevent tangling and make installation fast and productive.’
  • 35) ‘The pocket clip is reversible, spring loaded and adjustable for tension.’
  • 36) ‘He undoes the clips and straps producing a sword that looks as though it were a slab of scrap metal.’
  • 37) ‘Small clusters are held together by clips and joined in bunches.’
  • 38) ‘Portable and lightweight with a spring-loaded clip and swivel head which turns in two directions, the Dorcy clip Light has a multitude of uses.’
  • 39) ‘The reason the fuzes would not budge was because of the metal clip.’
  • 40) ‘Rather than using push pins, or traditional screws for installation, they use metal wire clips to secure the fan.’
  • 41) ‘Special metal plywood clips will add stability to the splices where the sheets meet between rafters.’
  • 42) ‘Astor nodded to the security guard as he moved deeper into the building, attaching his identity card to his lapel with a metal clip.’
  • 43) ‘A potter's needle or a bent paper clip is used to trace around the leaf.’
  • 44) ‘Tie a metal paper clip to the end of the string to weigh it down.’
  • 45) ‘He handed me several sheets of paper, loosely held together by a paper clip.’
  • 46) ‘They were held up by clips that attached to the sides and to the shorts.’
  • 47) ‘Seven of eight clips holding the panel in position had also become displaced.’
  • 48) ‘After division of the duct between metal clips, a chest tube was left in the right chest cavity for drainage.’
  • 49) ‘Brodde proffers me a few tenuous looking evergreen straps with a metal clip attached to them.’
  • 50) ‘Binder clips (the metal parts stick to the rack) can grip notepads or loose paper.’
  • 51) ‘I threw one cloak over my shoulders and fastened the clip when I heard Kyla scream from the back room.’
  • 52) ‘Use cable clips to fasten the cable to skirting boards or other trimming.’
  • 53) ‘If the thermometer has a clip, fasten it to the inside of the pan.’
  • 54) ‘Placing diamanté clips and delicate barrettes add a sassy touch of glamour to hairstyles for the holiday.’
  • 55) ‘Live roses had been picked from the garden and were entwined in the pattern, along with jewelled clips and silk ribbons.’
  • 56) ‘I winced as they pulled and shaped, until my long curls were pulled into a low ponytail and a diamanté clip was attached.’
  • 57) ‘I had curled my naturally straight hair and pulled a few pieces back with a clip.’
  • 58) ‘Her long black tresses were tied up in a bun, a couple of rhinestone clips holding back her bangs.’
  • 59) ‘I had a few gadgets disguised as hair clips and bracelets and my camera necklace.’
  • 60) ‘And she was certainly beautiful, with her brown curls tied back, fastened by a diamond clip, and just a dash of makeup.’
  • 61) ‘Her blonde ringlets were pulled back, fastened with a diamond clip, like Pamela's the night before.’
  • 62) ‘The few tendrils I left loose I curled and tucked them off my face in white rhinestone clips, letting them frame my face.’
  • 63) ‘The entry for the Virtuosi included a necklace, a bracelet and a hair clip made of 21 carat yellow gold that had a spiral design resembling the sun.’
  • 64) ‘I grabbed a couple of bobby pins, shoved it up into some pile of hair at the back of my head and inserted a couple of star-shaped clips for good measure.’
  • 65) ‘Her hair was loose and in ringlets, dotted occasionally by rhinestone clips, and stopped right above the neckline of her dress.’
  • 66) ‘Use the jeweled butterfly clip to hold the twisted strand in place.’
  • 67) ‘Or decorate with tiny jeweled alligator clips in a range of sizes and colors.’
  • 68) ‘A stylist or friend can help with the placement of the crown twists and the jeweled butterfly clips.’
  • 69) ‘I yelled back as Julie put the last hair clip in my hair.’
  • 70) ‘Her hair was done up with curls and two clips on either side of her head.’
  • 71) ‘As the man backed away into the darkness, the hunter put a fresh clip into his pistol.’
  • 72) ‘She put on her mascara, some lip gloss and clipped a butterfly clip in her hair.’
  • 73) ‘She was brushing her bright blue hair, putting two pigtails in her hair and a heart clip to hold back loose strands.’
  • 74) ‘Keep it real with this great money clip.’
  • 75) ‘Somehow we were under the impression that money clips were old hat, replaced by wallets and purses.’
  • 76) ‘The tray includes a number of currency compartments, at least one of the currency compartments including a pivoting currency clip having an upward position.’
  • 77) ‘Unfortunately, the airdrop contained no heavy mortar ammunition, no illumination rounds and only loose rifle cartridges instead of clips.’
  • 78) ‘As he yells the last part five burly men run down the stairs carrying fully automatic weapons with extended clips.’
  • 79) ‘He looked nervous as he placed a new clip into his automatic weapon.’
  • 80) ‘We used fourteen magazines for the automatics and twelve clips for the sawn-offs.’
  • 81) ‘The other two were standing back, emptying machine gun clips at his chest.’
  • 82) ‘Tucked up there was an automatic rifle and some clips of ammunition all bundled together with brown paper.’
  • 83) ‘Magazine sizes vary from a few shots to up to 99 rounds, with the AI providing automatic reloads whenever a clip is expended.’
  • 84) ‘The cartridges are carried in a clip in bunches of five, and these are carried in small leather pouches attached to the belt, several in a pouch.’
  • 85) ‘The bullets went in his BDU pants, and the empty clip rested in a pouch.’
  • 86) ‘The large, metallic backpacks were used to automatically reload clips and dispense a variety of hand grenades as well as RPG's.’
  • 87) ‘The clip is inserted in the magazine well and an internal spring loaded follower pushes fresh cartridges up within the clip as they are stripped off by the bolt.’
  • 88) ‘Winners use guns with rimless cartridges in moon clips, which reload faster than any speedloader.’
  • 89) ‘I'm all for realism in gaming; nobody should be able to fire off a full clip from an automatic weapon and only make one hole.’
  • 90) ‘As Meliana emptied her clip into the last cannon's power core she was rewarded by an explosion that threw her back into the others.’
  • 91) ‘He replaced the empty clip in his rifle and handed his 1911 to Ideh as he passed.’
  • 92) ‘He looked at the gun in his hand before emptying the clip of bullets and dropping the weapon on the ground.’
  • 93) ‘Nate's crutches are on the floor, and his dresser drawer is open and inside I see an empty clip for a pistol, and a gun safe is open.’
  • 94) ‘He ejected the clip of ammo and slammed a new one in and re armed the gun.’
  • 95) ‘The General hurried to his bag and returned with a Magnum handgun and several clips attached to his belt.’
  • 96) ‘He deactivated the beam cutlass and slid full clips into his pistols.’
  • 97) ‘The hooks clip onto the roof rack and the cords simply slide in, are pulled to the exact length and then locked in place.’
  • 98) ‘The overhangs have hooks that washers can clip to as they clean.’
  • 99) ‘The other day I had a ballpoint pen clipped to my trousers when I brushed past something and lost it.’
  • 100) ‘She was dressed all in black beneath the jacket, except for a pen clipped to her collar.’
  • 101) ‘He was wearing a safety harness, but it was unlikely that he had clipped it to a hook inside the window frame, Bradford Coroner's Court heard.’
  • 102) ‘As Tanj caught it, she noticed there were two double-ended harness hooks clipped to it.’
  • 103) ‘He also had light gray hair and was wearing a white over jacket with pens clipped to the right pocket on it.’
  • 104) ‘A small attachment is left poking through the gum and dentures or bridges can be screwed or clipped onto this attachment.’
  • 105) ‘He looked down at the watch clipped to the front of his parka.’
  • 106) ‘Now clip a pen to the end of the ruler and thrum it again.’
  • 107) ‘She slid a plastic clipboard across the counter and clipped a pen to the side.’
  • 108) ‘Nylon loops for clipping extra carabiners and attaching equipment like quickdraws and hexes. - W.Y.’
  • 109) ‘Participants were seated approximately 60 cm from the monitor, and a small microphone was clipped to the front of their shirt or collar.’
  • 110) ‘He clipped his belt to the guy in front and Leslie clipped himself to Hank.’
  • 111) ‘Only if it clips around my waist, I felt like saying.’
  • 112) ‘For instance, most people have identification badges which they wear around their neck or clip to their clothing.’
  • 113) ‘I was clipping my hair up, my dark hair was curled and pile on top of my head, with pearl-like pins in my hair.’
  • 114) ‘I will be clipped into the hang glider with my right hand on his left shoulder.’
  • 115) ‘Mark turned back around and saw Robin putting her glasses on and clipping her hair back up.’
  • 116) ‘Couldn't you have clipped your hair back from your face, Sylvie?’
  • 117) ‘The stylus is cleverly clipped into the right side so that it doesn't fall out easily.’
  • 118) ‘Some of them have big beards and long hair, whilst others clip their hair short or shave the head, merely allowing a tuft to remain on the crown as a sign that they are Christians.’
  • 119) ‘The statues and trees looked tiny from up high, as did the hedges that had been clipped into elaborate shapes by the skilled gardeners, into birds and animals.’
  • 120) ‘He attempts to rub away the graffiti on his mother's tombstone and takes out a pair of scissors to clip the grass on her grave.’
  • 121) ‘Herbs, such as germander and santolina, can be clipped into low hedges to create a knot garden.’
  • 122) ‘Although box and yews can be clipped into formal shapes, most shade plants appear at home in that naturalistic setting.’
  • 123) ‘So great was the attention to detail that gardeners at Kimber clipped hedges with nail scissors.’
  • 124) ‘They are very amenable to this sort of treatment and the resulting new growth can be clipped into simple egg shapes or cubes, for example.’
  • 125) ‘With just the push of a safety button and press of a trigger, the dual blades clip the grass instantly.’
  • 126) ‘Small razor-blade-type cutters clip the grass a little at a time.’
  • 127) ‘The morning of surgery, a trained patient care assistant clipped patients' hair in their rooms.’
  • 128) ‘The magnolias are clipped into pyramids and underplanted with topiary balls that will eventually meld into each other to create a cloud hedge.’
  • 129) ‘Before applying a film dressing clip excess hair around the wound site, if desired or per facility protocol, to ensure proper adhesion.’
  • 130) ‘A good time to clip a holly hedge into shape is in the early spring (it can also be lightly clipped in late summer), just before the new season's growth emerges.’
  • 131) ‘The next ritual was clipping the hedge and mowing the lawn.’
  • 132) ‘And begin clipping your hedge just before it reaches the required height.’
  • 133) ‘All participants will be happy to know that the hedges have been clipped and the potholes are filled all ready for a great evening out.’
  • 134) ‘Though slow to get going, once established, hollies are low-maintenance plants that tolerate hard pruning if needed and can be clipped and trimmed to a specific shape.’
  • 135) ‘All subjects were required to remove their jewelry and clip their fingernails to less than a 1-mm free edge.’
  • 136) ‘We helped set up the milking equipment after the cows were all back in their pen, led the goats out for a run around the yard, and clipped the leaves on the trees.’
  • 137) ‘This will make clipping the edges much less of a chore for the rest of the season.’
  • 138) ‘The sight of farmers clipping their sheep is another traditional rural sight which is becoming gradually less common.’
  • 139) ‘Farmers, who had to clip their sheep anyway at a cost of 50 pence per animal, would be paid for doing so, and would not be forced to burn the wool.’
  • 140) ‘If possible, bathe and clip your horse the day before you need to leave.’
  • 141) ‘It is possible to clip your own dog with a pair of hairdresser's scissors.’
  • 142) ‘Often they will visit your home, bathe and clip the animal for you and show you how to effectively groom the cat yourself to avoid recurrent problems.’
  • 143) ‘The farmer pointed out that the sheep had to be clipped whatever happened to the wool and so the new scheme, which guarantees 50 pence per kilo, would at least cover the cost of packing up the wool.’
  • 144) ‘He combed and clipped his animals, making not-quite-perfect animals look perfect.’
  • 145) ‘He said the vet had concluded that the dog had not been clipped for six months, and the coat had been severely matted.’
  • 146) ‘Instead of clipping the body, owners groom their show dog's back coats by hand, using stripping knives and pumice stones.’
  • 147) ‘Geraldine finished third in Paris in yet another personal best of 4.02.08, clipping a second off her PB in Brussels, which only saw her finish in sixth place.’
  • 148) ‘On his last outing he drove like a man possessed and clipped a tenth off the Brazilian's time to ensure an all-Ferrari barrier at the start of the race.’
  • 149) ‘Dr Roger Bannister clipped a second off the world record in a legendary 1954 race in Oxford.’
  • 150) ‘And Jenny Addison was pushed all the way to clip one second off the previous record - the margin by which she beat Rossendale's Katie Ireland.’
  • 151) ‘Her immediate goal is to clip another second off the 1500.’
  • 152) ‘A commercial Christmas tree starts out like any other conifer, but the tips of both its leader and lateral branches are clipped off.’
  • 153) ‘Then he pounds a stake in the ground as close to the main stem as possible, and clips the tip off the single stem that is left.’
  • 154) ‘They climb on leaf blades and clip them off, causing the blades to fall unconsumed to the ground.’
  • 155) ‘Suddenly Mrs Brown catches sight of Florence's head of luxuriant hair under her bonnet and is gripped by the lust to clip the tresses off and sell them.’
  • 156) ‘What I do is clip the blooms off once they are spent, and just leave the tops alone until they are yellow and wilted.’
  • 157) ‘When this new growth reaches a height of 3 to 4 feet, clip the tip off, this will force it to start putting on lateral branches.’
  • 158) ‘After the flower fades, clip it off, leaving the green foliage.’
  • 159) ‘You can add pieces by hitting the ‘add’ button, and you can clip sections, links, forms, or pages.’
  • 160) ‘In this way a user can clip the section of a Web page that they are interested in (say a price, or some details which they will need to refer to later).’
  • 161) ‘We clip newspaper articles showing lengthy sentences for repeat offenders.’
  • 162) ‘The picture of Celly that he pulled out was old and grainy, but it helped to focus him, and always had ever since he had clipped it from a newspaper years ago.’
  • 163) ‘I have a team of volunteers who clip the newspaper articles for any case, anywhere, in any police station, in any hospital.’
  • 164) ‘Like all good teachers, he was fond of real world examples; he would often clip newspaper articles and bring them to class.’
  • 165) ‘I clipped the newspaper article along with the letter.’
  • 166) ‘The usual scam is to clip photographs from magazines and sell enlargements of them.’
  • 167) ‘Some years ago, Hendley's youngest son, Bart, clipped a newspaper article reminiscing about the game and sent it by mail to Koufax.’
  • 168) ‘But experts report that discount-happy diners are clipping coupons and scouting for values to lower their restaurant tabs.’
  • 169) ‘She also told me that she's about to start dating a very rich man who doesn't have much of an occupation other than clipping coupons.’
  • 170) ‘I was nine when she died clipping coupons at the kitchen table on a sweltering day.’
  • 171) ‘Actually, that's not even reason enough to clip a coupon.’
  • 172) ‘I suggest that you clip this article and keep it with your bird feeding equipment so that you can refer to it from time to time.’
  • 173) ‘The couple had already been through the building process, and Jan clips photos of rooms she likes out of magazines, so coming up with ideas for the new structure was easy.’
  • 174) ‘When she could no longer write newsy notes to a long list of friends, she clipped photos out of the Montrose newspaper and sorted them into envelopes for Paul to mail.’
  • 175) ‘Collect and clip photographs of kitchens or bathrooms that appeal to you.’
  • 176) ‘And much as the Roman Empire had clipped their coins to create more money, the Fed was already undermining the gold standard.’
  • 177) ‘Counterfeiting or clipping the coinage was regarded as a heinous crime.’
  • 178) ‘In olden days, crooks used to shave or clip the edges of coins and then sell the shavings to a disreputable goldsmith or silversmith.’
  • 179) ‘This particular logic of value resembles that argued by John Locke in the face of ‘coin clipping,’ the illicit shaving of silver from coins.’
  • 180) ‘I asked him why he hadn't pointed this out when he clipped our tickets.’
  • 181) ‘‘Enjoy your film,’ the attendants say nowadays, as they clip your ticket.’
  • 182) ‘The guard clipped the tickets, smiled and waved them through quickly.’
  • 183) ‘The ticket inspector came round, and as he clipped my ticket, he asked if the walkman had a radio.’
  • 184) ‘When the guard clipped our tickets, Chris, in an attempt to solve our Saturday problem, asked innocently if they would still be going on strike on Saturday.’
  • 185) ‘If the graphic is too large for the page it will be clipped, something you almost never want.’
  • 186) ‘it must be saved to the hard disk before you can clip the image.’
  • 187) ‘There are multiple ways to clip an image, many of them use the subset command.’
  • 188) ‘Normalization is a process that increases the peak amplitude of a signal to the maximum level before clipping.’
  • 189) ‘If the signal is clipped by the amplifier, unacceptable spectral leakage to the adjacent channels will occur.’
  • 190) ‘A traditional fuzz circuit boosts and clips the signal sufficiently to turn a standard sine wave input in to what is effectively a square wave output.’
  • 191) ‘Her vehicle was clipped by an overtaking car and flipped upside down.’
  • 192) ‘When he got to the middle of the road he was clipped by the car and flicked up into the air.’
  • 193) ‘He was also one-and-a-half times over the drink drive limit and while driving he clipped a kerb and rolled the car, which skidded into roadside railings.’
  • 194) ‘His car clipped the back of the lorry before spinning round and landing in the central reservation barrier.’
  • 195) ‘The driver appeared to have lost control after his car clipped another vehicle at high speed in Sydney, Australia's biggest city.’
  • 196) ‘People are more fearful about shouting at people, telling them to do a job properly, clipping them round the ear.’
  • 197) ‘He had clipped a kerb earlier in his 70 mile journey when he misjudged a bend, but had not stopped to rest though he had passed several places where he could have pulled off the road to take a nap.’
  • 198) ‘The same player was unlucky with a header from a corner which clipped the crossbar.’
  • 199) ‘People who got drunk had their ear clipped by the local bobby.’
  • 200) ‘They clipped you around the ears if you got out of hand and then told your parents.’
  • 201) ‘From the corner, Martin Neil clipped the crossbar with a rising shot from the edge of the box.’
  • 202) ‘He had clipped another car and driven off in panic.’
  • 203) ‘Officials say the helicopter clipped a TV tower guide wire while flying in heavy fog.’
  • 204) ‘The warplane clipped the tops of trees lining the airfield before scraping the ground and slicing the nose off a large transport aircraft.’
  • 205) ‘I rubbed my head where it had clipped the side of the table, feeling completely dazed and confused.’
  • 206) ‘It blurred his vision, and soon enough, he had driven off of the road, clipping the side of an auto insurance building.’
  • 207) ‘As he did the drop the wings of his aircraft clipped the tops of trees surrounding the homestead and the plane crashed headlong into the ground.’
  • 208) ‘A man driving a Vauxhall Corsa car pulled out from a slip road and clipped the side of a lorry.’
  • 209) ‘A Vauxhall Corsa van, travelling on the anti-clockwise carriageway, lost control, possibly when a tyre blew, and the unladen HGV swerved to avoid a collision, clipping another lorry.’
  • 210) ‘A woman suffered neck and back injuries after her car was clipped by a white Ford Escort van outside the Blundell Arms pub in Chorley Old Road, Bolton.’
  • 211) ‘Shoppers loved the idea of parking close to the store and quickly clipping through the aisles.’
  • 212) ‘For nearly half an hour we clipped along at a good pace chatting and enjoying the fine scenery.’
  • 213) ‘She clipped down the road about 10 miles over the speed limit.’
  • 214) ‘Thankfully, the film clips along at a steady pace and never really gets boring.’
  • 215) ‘My Cocker spaniel needs a good clip for summer.’
  • 216) ‘The hedge needs a clip and the dog could do with a bath.’
  • 217) ‘The firm handles both sheep and cattle, at one time he had over 120,000 sheep and a clip of 80,000 pounds of wood was taken annually.’
  • 218) ‘More than 50 percent of the national clip will pass through their hands.’
  • 219) ‘Trevor says he's encouraging growers to sell parts of their clip rather than all of it as there's predictions the market will improve as demand grows.’
  • 220) ‘Of the Australian clip, 37 per cent is sold into the Chinese market.’
  • 221) ‘He says the wool clip in pastoral areas is much better this year than last year when the drought was in full swing and quality has markedly improved.’
  • 222) ‘A number of short film clips, featurettes and a documentary are located on Disc Two.’
  • 223) ‘The work creates a montage from hundreds of short clips from well-known Hollywood films.’
  • 224) ‘The only other extras of note here are a pair of Movietone Newsreels, which show clips from the film's New York and World Premieres.’
  • 225) ‘The documentary is around 30 minutes long, and is a rambling look at the making of the film, with interviews, film clips, and behind the scenes footage.’
  • 226) ‘Some rough behind-the-scenes footage features the actors and crew at work with clips from the film inserted between the footage.’
  • 227) ‘During editing I managed to slip in some clips from a Soviet film, The Fall of Berlin, to help frame the story.’
  • 228) ‘Maybe my memory was playing tricks on me - maybe I had seen so many clips from the film and knockoffs that I assumed I'd seen it in my youth.’
  • 229) ‘Aside from 90 seconds of behind-the-scenes clips from the film, there is nothing of any value here.’
  • 230) ‘No effort was made to provide any background material, so I have no idea where any of these clips were filmed, or why.’
  • 231) ‘I've seen her in interviews and I've seen clips of that film.’
  • 232) ‘The last extra is a trivia game, which rewards good answers with brief clips from the film.’
  • 233) ‘Both upcoming lectures will be accompanied by brief video clips from Hollywood films as an illustration.’
  • 234) ‘Originally produced for Turner Classic Movies, this is a fascinating portrait of the actress, rich in film clips, interviews, and insight.’
  • 235) ‘Almost all of the speakers had professional PowerPoint slides full of statistics, figures and video clips.’
  • 236) ‘QuickTime is a versatile media player that allows you to watch movie clips, streamed media files and in its full version, edit and create your own videos.’
  • 237) ‘More than 500,000 people watched the Dublin city centre parade last year, while TV news clips showed the festival in more than 30 countries.’
  • 238) ‘What your vitriolic, unsigned, attack failed to illuminate were the facts behind Connolly's reported refusal to allow clips of his performances to be used in the BBC programme.’
  • 239) ‘Three-fourths have made a web page, and one-fourth have added moving graphics or video clips to them.’
  • 240) ‘You'll see some clips of it throughout the show tonight.’
  • 241) ‘We showed clips of the filmmaker criticizing the media.’
  • 242) ‘Before we get to chatting, we want to look at a clip of you guys in action.’
  • 243) ‘Now before we begin, we're going to take a look at a clip from the upcoming episode.’
  • 244) ‘When I was at school in the 1940s I myself played up many a teacher but I knew how far to go before I got a clip round the ear.’
  • 245) ‘They keep me grounded, and if I ever get a bit big headed, I'm not too big for a clip round the ear!’
  • 246) ‘Once there was a golden era when all crime was prevented by a clip round the ear from a stern but avuncular local policeman.’
  • 247) ‘Not so long ago minor misdemeanours were dealt with by a short, sharp, shock like a clip round the ear.’
  • 248) ‘He kept law and order by giving the pilferer a clip round the ear.’
  • 249) ‘With more companies now looking to hire, workers are seeing their pay rise at a rapid clip.’
  • 250) ‘Moreover, the backlog of unfilled orders, after shrinking for three years, is growing again at a rapid clip.’
  • 251) ‘We've left behind the smaller highway and merged onto an Interstate, the miles sliding by now at a rapid clip.’
  • 252) ‘As companies move at a rapid clip, employees are seeing the scope of their positions expand to keep pace.’
  • 253) ‘In recent times, however, voices have grown in the investment community that the Chinese economy would be heating at a faster clip than previously thought.’
  • 254) ‘This was because of fears of inflation rising at a fast clip.’
  • 255) ‘The price of the American home in the third quarter rose almost 10 percent at the fastest clip in 23 years.’
  • 256) ‘After this project, work began to flow at a fast clip.’
  • 257) ‘Walking for 20 minutes at a fast clip will help a 150-pound person burn 132 calories.’
  • 258) ‘Wireless networks are growing at a fast clip because they solve problems for both administrators and caregivers.’
  • 259) ‘He walked ahead at a fast clip, still trying to get his heart to slow down.’
  • 260) ‘It's also growing at the fastest clip, with double-digit increases every year.’
  • 261) ‘I followed him through the crooked streets at a fast clip, periodically almost running to catch up.’
  • 262) ‘Don't be surprised that things start moving at a rapid clip right from the start.’
  • 263) ‘He was perhaps too carried away with the fevered pitch of the movement, taking it at too quick a clip.’
  • 264) ‘That wouldn't be practical or even appealing for a broadcast station that has to move their newscasts along at a faster clip and does not have the time or resources.’
  • 265) ‘The nine still conscious members of Unit 9 ran at a full clip straight down the hallway, engaging in a mad dash toward the east exit.’
  • 266) ‘The National Association of Counties recently formed a Rural Action Caucus, which is growing at a healthy clip.’
  • 267) ‘The flick has been receiving raves stateside, and the soundtrack has sold at an impressive clip so cross your fingers and hope that it turns up here in the not to distant future at one of our art houses.’
  • 268) ‘The racehorse continued at a dazzling clip, storming through a half-mile in a sizzling: 43.34.’
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