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- v. Present participle of flip.
- adj. A mild intensifier.
- adv. Fucking; used as an intensifier to modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs
- n. The practice of buying real estate, making improvements to it, and reselling it for a higher price.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
He sneered, his expression flipping from friendliness to anger like a coin.
But the flipping is a little clunky and so another time, I'd make individual cakes.
But neither of these guys has any interest in flipping houses.
Their switch-flipping is a conscious expression of defiance to the idea that we should reduce the emission of GHGs into the atmosphere, and save Bangladeshis by doing so.
If you are not eco-retro-fitting the house, flipping is just being a speculator.
If people truly loved random events deciding who wins or loses a contest, coin flipping would be the most popular sport in the world.
A.S.: If people truly loved random events deciding who wins or loses a contest, coin flipping would be the most popular sport in theworld.
However, unlike truly random selections, such as coin flipping or drawing straws, it can be played with skill if the game extends over many sessions, as a player can often recognize and exploit the non-random behavior of an opponent.
What is found in flipping through the pages are recipes for an array of red-cooked dishes, steamed minced meat dishes, quite possibly the first recipes for dim sum (transliterated as tien hsien) specialties published in English, and vegetable dishes that utilize both Chinese and traditional American vegetables.
But in flipping around, I see that they get Comedy Central.
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