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Pip

Used for listed equity securities. Smallest unit of a currency (i.e., cents for US dollars).

Pip

A subunit of a currency. For example, a cent is a pip for the U.S. dollar and a fill is a pip for the Bahraini dinar. The term is most common in quotes for equity securities.
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The launch of this site helps us achieve both of these goals and marks a turning point for blip .
As a result of the growing number of viral blip studies and data surrounding these transient events, the 2009 DHHS guidelines and similarly, the 2008 IAS-USA guidelines, define an incomplete virologic response as "two consecutive plasma HIV RNA > 400 copies/mL after 24 weeks or above the limit of assay detection by 48 weeks on an antiretroviral regimen.
Look at this quote from last month: "In the overall picture, it is a blip and we will get ready for the next one (match).
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But a moving asteroid would appear as two nearby blips.
This is the sort of statistical blip that might pinpoint the cause of a disease.
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So the huge drop in consumer confidence was no blip, what was recorded is the difference between reality and bullshit.
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