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strip·ping

(strip'ing),
Removal, often of a covering.

stripping

Biochemistry
A term of art referring to the hydrolysis of an amino acid from an aminoacyl-tRNA.
 
Cosmetic surgery
See Lip stripping.
 
Molecular biology
Separation of ribosomal proteins from ribosomes.

Pathology
The removal of the renal capsule at autopsy to evaluate the renal surface, which may demonstrate hypertensive lesions.
 
Public safety
See Strip searching.

Sexology
The removal of clothing, usually understood to be voluntary (in private) or for hire (in designated venues) for the erotic simulation of a partner or client.

Surgery
Removal of the renal capsule from the kidney and pedicles in order to interrupt the lymphaticorenal fistulas—e.g., to manage patients with intractable chyluria induced by Wuchereria bancrofti.

stripping

Cosmetic surgery See Lip stripping Surgery Removal of the renal capsule from the kidney and pedicles in order to interrupt the lymphaticorenal fistulas–eg, to manage Pts with intractable chyluria induced by Wuchereria bancrofti.

strip·ping

(strip'ing)
Removal, often of a covering.

strip·ping

(strip'ing)
Removal, often of a covering.
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If the rotary printing screen is handled carefully during the printing process, it is now possible to strip the screen with NovaJet more coveniently, than stripping with the chemicals.
Syed Khalid Aleem, director, BSI says, although the initial cost of the water stripping system is slightly higher, but its pay back time is very short, if you compare the cost of the acid stripping and repeated changes new of new rotary screens as well as fabric rejects due to bad rotary printing screens.
"The critical problem is not with court stripping generally but with the constitutional ramifications of these particular bills," Gerhardt told Church & State.
Court stripping and impeaching judges were not radical enough for some Coalition members.
* obtaining the straightest draw possible/stripping method (hand, hoist and trunion, rotary table or rollover)--The stripping of the mold must be straight, or deep pockets and small areas will break.
* molds stuck in the flask at stripping--Take the mold off the line for stripping so the line can continue;
Notice 95-53 covers a variety of stripping transactions, including:
* Stripping transactions effected through a transferred basis transaction.
subsidiaries wholly owned by two or more foreign corporations with a common parent corporation will also be considered members of an affiliated group and thus one taxpayer for purposes of the earnings stripping provisions.
The earnings stripping provision applies only if the payor has net interest expense for such tax year and the corporation's ratio of debt to equity as of the close of the tax year exceeds 1.5 to 1.
From a practical standpoint, the intent is to compare related-party interest expense to current cash earnings, and disallow a deduction to the extent that any such interest is "excessive." The fundamental theory underlying the stripping provisions is that an excessive interest payment is, in substance, a dividend from accumulated earnings and profits and, therefore, a nondeductible expenditure.