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Strip or Stripping may refer to:



  • Strip (comics), a comics anthology published by Marvel UK in 1990
  • Comic strip, a sequence of drawings arranged in interrelated panels to display brief humor or form a narrative
  • Sunday strip, a newspaper comic-strip format

Film and television[edit]

Regions and places[edit]

  • Aouzou Strip, a strip of land following the northern border of Chad that had been claimed and occupied by Libya
  • Caprivi Strip, narrow strip of land extending from the Okavango Region of Namibia to the Zambezi River
  • Gaza Strip, narrow strip of land along the Mediterranean, in the Middle East
  • Las Vegas Strip, section of Las Vegas Boulevard South
  • Strip District, Pittsburgh, a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Sunset Strip, 1.5-mile stretch of Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, California, US
  • Toledo strip, formerly contested area between Ohio and Michigan; see Toledo War

Other uses[edit]

  • Strip (Unix), Unix command
  • Stripping (chemistry), removal of one or more components from a liquid stream to a vapor stream
  • Stripping (fiber), the act of removing the protective polymer coating around optical fiber in preparation for fusion splicing
  • Stripping (linguistics), an ellipsis mechanism that elides everything from a clause except one constituent
  • Stripping (printing), preparation & assembly of printing negatives in pre-press
  • Vein stripping, a surgical procedure
  • Strip bond, a financial instrument
  • Strip steak, type of beef steak
  • Striptease, act of removing one's clothes slowly to music
    • Stripper, a professional erotic dancer who performs a contemporary form of striptease
    • Strip club, a venue that regularly provides adult entertainment, predominantly in the form of striptease or other erotic or exotic dances
  • Airstrip, a kind of airport that consists only of a runway with perhaps fueling equipment
  • Football strip, standard attire worn while playing association football
  • Landing strip, area for the landing and takeoff of aircraft
  • Landing strip or French waxing, a type of bikini waxing
  • Triangle strip, method for rendering computer graphics

See also[edit]