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an excerpt cut from a newspaper or magazine

cutting down to the desired size or shape

the act of clipping or snipping

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The study results of the literature [24] showed that the degradation in the error rates is very small for clipping with the clipping ratio of 6 dB in frequency selective fading channels.
In this paper, we mainly investigate the effect of clipping DDO-OFDM systems.
Moreover, the new online platform will support strong international growth for the Netherlands-based Mister Clipping, which recently opened an office in Freehold, NJ.
While showing that coils are "another viable option" for aneurysm repair, he says, the study doesn't establish the technique as superior to clipping.
"PR and marketing clients get the balanced mix of features and benefits they most want and need in a news clipping and marketing intelligence service," says William J.
Each platform ended in big display cabinets with vertical drawers you could pull our to examine a photograp hic archive of Kelley's research on "culture" as it appeared in his suburban Detroit hometown newspapers from 1968 through 1972, the period, as Kelley wrote in a short essay to accompany the exhibition, "from when I first developed an interest in fine art to the time I moved away from home." The photographed newspaper clippings were arranged to suggest formal and thematic links between hippies, head shops, scary clowns, weekly cafeteria menus, craft fairs, sock hops, local bands, weird drama club goings-on, and drug warnings for parents.
The most economical hand-held scanners copy at resolutions of 300 dots per square inch, which is adequate for most clipping scans.
For large bulge doctors prefer surgeries like endovascular surgery, endovascular clipping and coiling.
Sub-plot treatments were a control, clipping at V5, R1, R4, and all combinations for a total of seven clipping treatments.
Clipping sagebrush bushes led to a 10-fold rise in the airborne concentration of methyl jasmonate, a volatile compound that in the lab prompts tobacco to churn out compounds that sabotage insect metabolism.
The appeals court held that a general ban on the receipt of clippings from noncommercial sources violated the prisoner's First Amendment right to receive information, but that the district court injunction was overly broad and violated the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA.) The state prison had applied a general policy, that banned the receipt of publications from noncommercial sources, to the prisoner's receipt of magazine clippings and photocopies of clippings.
"It was amazing how seriously people took the packages of news clippings we produced each morning," he writes.
Recycling these items can reduce the garbage going into landfills by 15 to 25 percent, but there is another component of the waste stream that should be recycled: yard trimmings and lawn clippings.
Many organizations measure PR success only by clippings. They are easy for everyone to touch, feel and understand.