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clip (something) from (something)

To cut something so that it is no longer attached to something else. Can you clip this tag from my shirt? I clipped some coupons from the newspaper but totally forgot to bring them to the store with me.
See also: clip

clip (something) out of (something)

To cut something so that it is no longer attached to something else, often a publication (such as a magazine or newspaper). I clipped some coupons out of the newspaper but totally forgot to bring them to the store with me.
See also: clip, of, out
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Our customers' enthusiastic response to the Palm VII product and our elegant web clipping interface demonstrates that quick, streamlined access to accurate, Web-based information almost anytime, anywhere has tremendous value for today's busy professionals," said Byron Connell, vice president, Consumer Markets Group at Palm, Inc.
The latest Palm product to feature built-in wireless access to Internet content and e-mail, the Palm VIIx handheld features a fourfold increase in memory to 8MB and 40 bundled web clipping applications, nearly double the wireless content bundled with the original Palm VII handheld.
com by Verizon, the Internet's leading directory, is offering users of the Palm(TM) VII series handheld computer a downloadable Web clipping application, which will give them quick and convenient access to SuperPages.
Web clippings offer users the power to obtain and track information from specially designed Web sites while they are on the go.
Wireless Web clippings feature streamlined content from existing Web pages or databases that has been adapted for delivery via handheld personal digital assistants (PDA's) that use the PalmOS platform.
Created to supplement PR InSite's comprehensive suite of tools designed specifically for online newsroom and Web activity management, the news clipping and media monitoring service provides end users with unlimited searching of general online media and industry publications for references to their firm, products, competitors and more.
PR InSite, a global provider of Web applications and technology solutions for the public relations industry, announces the launch of a powerful, yet easy to use, news clipping and media monitoring service.
CyberAlert, the media monitoring service, has launched a news monitoring, clipping and briefing service dubbed CyberAlert SSE that delivers only one clip per day of any news story, no matter how many news sources carry the story.
The most economical hand-held scanners copy at resolutions of 300 dots per square inch, which is adequate for most clipping scans.
As the pioneer in endoscopic clipping, Olympus is committed to maximizing the efficacy of mechanical hemostasis in GI endoscopy," said Rick Harbuck, Group Vice President of the Endoscopy Division at Olympus America Inc.
While showing that coils are "another viable option" for aneurysm repair, he says, the study doesn't establish the technique as superior to clipping.
Remember when a "press clipping service" used real clips?
The simplest way is to make a pile in your backyard of leaves, kitchen scraps, lawn clippings, and tree and shrub trimmings.
The appeals court held that a general ban on the receipt of clippings from noncommercial sources violated the prisoner's First Amendment right to receive information, but that the district court injunction was overly broad and violated the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA.
The problem with blowers begins with the problem some people have with the sight of unswept grass clippings and leaves.