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tipcat

(ˈtɪpˌkæt)
n
(Games, other than specified) a game in which a short sharp-ended piece of wood (the cat) is tipped in the air with a stick
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The clearing device contacts the walls of the blood vessel when it is deployed, and it may be a passive device which is moved down the blood vessel by the blood flow or an autonomous crawling device, such as the Company's TipCat device, which is based on a series of sequentially inflatable chambers.
Microbot's current platforms, ViRob and TipCAT, are comprised of two highly advanced micro-robotic technologies, from which the company is currently developing its first two product candidates: the Self Cleaning Shunt, or SCS, for the treatment of hydrocephalus and Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus, or NPH; and a self-propelling, semi-disposable endoscope that is being developed initially for use in colonoscopy procedures.
Another Singapore company, IFE Services Asia Pacific, a global provider of entertainment solutions to the travel industry, will develop the technology to bring the suite of game products from TipCat Interactive, a Shanghai-based game development studio, to the in-flight entertainment market.
Three lads were also fined 1s for indulging in the game of tipcat in the street.
The company is currently developing its first two product candidates, including the Self Cleaning Shunt, or SCS, for the treatment of hydrocephalus and Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus, or NPH; and TipCAT, a self-propelling, semi-disposable endoscope that is being developed initially for use in colonoscopy procedures.
And, of course, for hundreds of years, the road did indeed belong to horses and horse-drawn transport such as brewer's drays, milk carts, coaches, carriages, wagons, traps and more - to such an extent that you did have to be careful of horses if you were playing marlies in the gutter or tipcat in the street or were just crossing the road.
He couldn't play tipcat, glarneys or acky-onetwo-three.