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flip-flop

1. To completely change one's opinion or stance. Primarily heard in US. The voters were tired of hearing the candidate flip-flop and felt they could not trust him to stick with one position. I used to hold a staunch view about the case, but then I flip-flopped after hearing the other side's testimony.
2. noun A complete change in opinion or stance. There have been several flip-flops among the candidates during the campaign, with some changing their stance more than once!
3. noun A thong sandal. Often used in the plural to refer to the pair. Don't forget your flip-flops when we go to the beach, or you'll have to walk on the hot sand barefoot!

flip-flop

1. n. a reversal. The president denied making a flip-flop. He said he simply forgot his earlier position.
2. n. the return trip of a long journey. (see also flip side.) Didn’t we chat on the flip-flop last week?
3. in. to change direction or intensity. Jed flip-flopped twice in the evening, leaving us where we started.
4. in. to waver in one’s decisions. Well, you just flip-flop all you want. I know what I want.
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The propagation delay analysis of glitch-free novel dual edge triggered flip-flop is presented in Figures 7 and 8 with different parameters.
In literature, the design of various Latches and Flip-Flops is performed.
To illustrate the superior performance of the proposed flip-flop configurations, other flip-flop topologies, namely, TGFF, WPMS, PTLFF, gated master-slave latch (GMSL) [10], and data transition look ahead flip-flop (DTLA) [11] belonging to the master-slave class have been used for comparisons.
From Table 3, we can see that the ADR-FF consumes the almost equal active power among the flip-flop circuits with different techniques.
6 shows phase noise at the output of the divider (Out), before jitter cleaning flip-flop (Fp3) and after jitter cleaning flip-flop (Fjo) at same conditions as transient simulation presented above.
Don't wear the same pair of flip-flops year after year.
It is clearly found that microwave electromagnetic interference with 5 V at 5 GHz is unable to switch the output state of flip-flop 1 as the pulse width is fixed at 2 ns, while the pulse width of 4 ns presents a similar result as shown in Figure 5(b).
After the new request arrival ([RF.sub.in]=1) there is an strobe impulse arise on S-input of the TR flip-flop. This flip-flop is switched to 1 in order to implement a free stage selection.
Flip-flops are unisex but the female versions can exhibit diversity unlike the male 2.
So what will I do about my flip-flop fetish when I'm confronted by 10 inches of snow?
That's not exactly a flip-flop; it's more like a hedge.
This spring Europe was rocked by a religious fashion war when the Danish superstore Kvickly started selling flip-flop sandals featuring images of Jesus and Mary.
Early on, Royal ran a Split T, but in 1961 he moved to a variation of the Wing T with a unique flip-flop system of lineplay.
Voters flip-flop between parties, because they are confused by and angry with the obsolete Republican-Democrat (conservative-liberal) paradigm, which no longer describes the true division of ideologies in America.
Because sediments were rapidly accumulating in these basins at the time of the reversal, the sedimentary record from this region may help researchers study fine details about the magnetic flip-flop, he says.