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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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All the corresponding designs of Flip-Flops, latches and Shift registers are designed in SPICE and verified in Synopsys HSPICE Tools.
Schematics of jitter cleaning and synchronisation flip-flops are same as of prescaler logic flip-flop, but without AND logic at the input.
Don't wear the same pair of flip-flops year after year.
Hence, if the pulse width is shortened, flip-flop 1 might not change its output state.
This flip-flop is switched to 1 in order to implement a free stage selection.
Oh and Fact Number 8, flip-flops are not worn in the House of Commons Chamber.
If soldiers wore flip-flops, there would be no more wars.
Angelinos equate flip-flops (called Jandals in New Zealand) with comfort and relaxation.
There is a single flip-flop per stage in the edge-triggered flip-flop based pipeline, and hence a pipeline stage cannot receive the incoming data while holding the previous data.
I tried the flip-flop wearer's patented ballerina gait, picking my way in slow motion along the pavement, but to no avail.
A FLIP-FLOP thief swapped her own shoes for the stolen goods and walked out of a shop.
The presence of dissolved iron caused the Archean biosphere to be a total flip-flop of today's, he says.
To celebrate these connections and invite Angelinos onboard for our non-stop flights, we are using the flip-flop as an iconic symbol that resonates among LA residents, but is just odd enough to keep Londoners on their feet.
Next weekend, head to the SM Mega Fashion Hall for the biggest annual flip-flop customization event in the country, Make Your Own Havaianas.