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Clip or CLIP may refer to:
- Calling line identification presentation, a Caller ID technology
- Clip (ammunition), a device for storing multiple rounds together as a unit
- Clip (compiler), a multi-platform compiler for the Clipper programming language
- Confirmed line item performance, a measure of the reliability of supply chain delivery
- Cupertino Language Immersion Program, a K-8 program in the Cupertino Union School District, California
- Clips (game show), a game show that aired on YTV from 1993-1996
- CLIPS, a software tool for building expert systems, including the programming language COOL.
- Hair clip, a device used to hold hair together or attahcing materials such as caps to the hair
- Binder clip, a device used for holding thicker materials (such as large volumes of paper) together
- Paper clip, a device for holding several sheets of paper together
- Crocodile clip, a temporary electrical connector
- Circlip, a semi-flexible metal ring fastener used to hold a pin in place
- Roach clip, a holder used for smoking a marijuana cigarette
- Bread clip, a device for closing bags
- Rail clip, a rail fastener
- Fastener used on a badge or name tag
Molecular and computational biology
- Class II-associated invariant chain peptide, the part of the invariant chain that binds MHC class-II groove
- Corticotropin-like intermediate peptide, an endogenous neuropeptide
- CLIP, crosslinking immunoprecipitation, a method using UV-induced covalent bond formation between protein-RNA complexes to allowing in vivo footprinting of interaction sites.
- HITS-CLIP, high-throughput sequencing, crosslinking and immunoprecipitation CLIP, allowing genome-wide analysis of protein-RNA interaction sites.
- Clip, a sheet of metal on an automobile extending from the firewall forward; also called the doghouse
- Clip, the subframe that attaches the engine and front suspension of an automobile to the body
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