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flip

(flip),
A burn occurring on one side only of the entrance site in a gunshot wound of the soft parts.
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"Flipped learning in basic terms is switching what you did inside the classroom with what's done outside the classroom," Marshall says.
The proposed denoising method makes the flipped invoice font image smoother and fitter.
None of that tells us anything about the number of teachers who actually flipped their classrooms.
For whatever reason--and there are so many to chose from--they flipped the bird in the direction of the tinted windows of the Bushmobile.
Most mattresses are constructed so that they can -- and should -- be flipped periodically to distribute wear.
When the device is flipped back over, the solution drains into one compartment, and the consumer can remove her jewelry without her hands ever coming in contact with the cleaning solution.
But within hours Armey had flipped into insensate rage, shouting, red-faced and with quivering EPs, that he had "simply mispronounced a name and did not need any psychoanalysis about my subliminal or about my Freudian predilections."
Home Flipping Report, which shows that homes flipped in the second quarter of 2018 yielded an average gross return on investment of 44.3 percent, down from 47.8 percent in the previous quarter and down from 50.0 percent in Q2 2017 to the lowest average gross flipping ROI since Q3 2014.
The number of home flipped last year fell two percent while profits from the quick turnarounds have fallen to a nearly eight-year low.
single family homes and condos were flipped in 2018, down 4 percent from the 216,537 home flips in 2017.
The highest average gross return on investment, percentage wise, for flipped houses occurred in the 19th Ward ZIPcode of 14619, according to an analysis of home sales deed data by Attom Data Solutions.
Nationally, the total dollar volume of financed home flip purchases was$19.9 billion for homes flipped in 2018, up 8 percent from$18.5 billionin 2017 to the highest level since 2007 an 11-year high.