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Synonyms for flip-flop

a backless sandal held to the foot by a thong between the big toe and the second toe


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an electronic circuit that can assume either of two stable states

reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)

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The output of the SSAPL flip-Flop is degraded as the logic levels are not clearly distinguishable.
In between assembling pairs of flip-flops, we took little dance breaks, bopping along to the '90s hits that blared through the speakers.
In many instances, flip-flops are part of a broader deal involving other footwear or wearables, although they can be granted as a separate category.
For the cost of postage, you'll get a trendy pair of floral print flip-flops available in one of three sizes (small - 3-4, medium - 5-6, large - 7-8) and a handy pair of sunglasses.
In such case jitter will be equal to the jitter in the cleaning flip-flop.
Make sure that your foot doesn't hang off of the edge of the flip-flop.
Flip-flop 2 (as shown in Figure 1(b)) is modeled and simulated identically in MEDICI and the simulator, where the structures of MOS devices are presented in Table 1.
This ends the connection session and the TR flip-flop has to be reset.
PolitiFact will help voters sort it out; was it a flip-flop or not?
These colorful flip-flop sandals come with eye-catching bunches of bubble-like decorations attached to each sandal strap.
Features include a fully connected logic array where each array input is available to every product term; selectable registers where each flip-flop can be configured as either a T- type or D- type; buried combinatorial feedback where the Q2 register in any macrocell may be bypassed to feed the input back to the logic array; selectable synchronous/asynchronous clock of any of the flip-flops which allows the registers to use any clock; 48 registers created from two flip-flops per macrocell, each with its own clock and reset and sum terms; and macrocell combinable sum terms where each macrocell's three sum terms may be combined into a single term.
I am a dedicated flip-flop wearer - as soon as an acceptable level of temperature is reached, my shoes come off and the flip-flops go on.
That icon of hip summer, the flip-flop, got a mention in the House of Commons last week.
Even the way the flip-flop is constructed is delightfully half-baked.
The Robin Hayes vote flip-flop was just one of many episodes that demonstrate the high stakes involved in the battle over CAFTA.