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blip

(blip)
A temporary deviation in a measurement from its baseline or its expected range.
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Lastly, practicing the task, such as repeating it in your mind, can also prevent these blips from occurring.
Investigating all blipping events which have been measured for this work show that more than 98% of the investigated blips are stalling according to stall mode A and B.
Blips should not be confused with persistent low-level viremia, which is usually defined as detection of low levels of HIV-1 RNA in several consecutive samples.
This policy applies to blips that happen anywhere in the universe; except the policy does not apply when a claim is made in a country against which the United States of America (USA) government has imposed trade sanctions, embargoes or any similar regulations that prohibit the transaction of business with or within a country when the claim is first made.
And how about this one ( you'll never guess who said this: "My only hope is that it is just a temporary blip and that the race will be back on.
Another Indian official said that air traffic controllers noticed ``two blips merging on the radar screen but not separating'' before both blips disappeared.
Netegrity, which traded below five dollars a share for most of 1998, started making some blips towards the $10.
Birmingham Airport engaged with BLIP Systems, following a competitive tender process.
Mourinho also has a word of advice for Fergie and his rival managers who claim Chelsea will have a blip during the forthcoming campaign.
Right now you would probably have to say it's a blip, but it should be noted that goals are in relatively short supply in the Coca-Cola League as well.
About four years ago MBA Legislative Representative Mike Rovella got the idea for BLIP from a similar program in Pennsylvania.