clip from

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.
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clip something from something

to cut something out of or away from something; to cut something off something. I clipped the picture from the magazine. I clipped the straggly hairs from his head.
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With the help of her tour guide Byunggyu Park, Sarrosa managed to pick up her money clip from an office at the Gyeongbokgung Palace.
This will keep the money clip from being excessively of a trouble when it is in your pocket.
Figure 2 shows the transcoded clip from the 3Mbps source on the left in the clip from the 6Mbps source on the right.
A different set of volunteers watched one of three TV clips: the neutral TV clip or the uplifting TV clip used previously, or a clip from a British comedy, intended to induce mirth.
In the next experiment, a different set of volunteers watched one of three TV clips: the neutral TV clip or the uplifting TV clip used previously, or a clip from a British comedy, intended to induce mirth.
Dolly said that she got the idea for her video clip from the famous Turkish drama series "Noor," because she was a loyal fan and watched all of the episodes.