CLIPP

AcronymDefinition
CLIPPCentre for Learning Innovation and Professional Practice (UK)
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CLIPP. A recent and original application of impedance in the field of integrated photonics consists in the measurement of the conductance of a semiconductor waveguide for inferring the intensity of light propagating within it.
H White, E McConnell, E Clipp, LG Branch, R Sloane, C Pieper & TL Box (2002): "A randomized controlled trial of the psychosocial impact of providing internet training and access to older adults".
Forest was previously the CEO of Clipp Pty Limited, a mobile payments and data business focused on the hospitality industry, and served as head of MSN Asia Pacific in Singapore.
(17.) Bailey DE Jr, Landerman L, Barroso J, Bixby P Mishel MH, Muir AJ, Strickland L, Clipp E.
Howell, J., Frederick, J., Olinger, B., Leftridge, D., Bell, T., Hess, R., & Clipp, E.C.
So we need to bring in students like Hannah Clipp, a wildlife and fisheries resources major, and a shining example of an honors student who is setting the pace.
The book is still in the works, but Listou and Delaware's startup encompasses educational workshops for construction and home-care assistants that result in a Certified Living in Place Professional, or CLIPP.
Catassi, C., Kryszak, D., Bhatti, B., Sturgeon, C., Helzlsouer, K., Clipp, S.L., ...
husba just 2 died o 11 yT mu w e Anth clipp Hair a The 34-year-old mum-of-one went under Anthony Condron's clippers at Glasgow and Beauty in her home town of Bellshill.
Clipp et al., "Survivors of childhood cancer and their guardians," Cancer, vol.
Clipp et al., "A randomized controlled trial of the psychosocial impact of providing internet training and access to older adults," Aging and Mental Health, vol.