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  • Info SKIP is an acronym for Skeletal muscle and kidney enriched inositol phosphatase, which is a human gene.
  • Those who wish to do can do and those who wish to avoid can skip.
  • Usually first division clubs skipped the competition or simply did not use their first teams.
  • However, he came under the influence of bad company, and began skipping school.
  • After the loss, he announced that he will skip the rest of the season.
  • The majority of secondary schools no longer allow their students to skip this year.
  • Both run local, express or skip-stop on different parts of their route.
  • So we tried versions where they met young and then we skipped ahead to college.
  • He just skipped school and wants to start a life after his ideas.
  • Also there is one interesting short route if one has to skip the seven hills.
  • Skip and this woman, whose face is not shown, are then shown making love.
  • Students in the new class may view the skipping student as different.
  • He skipped over the beginning and middle of the book and started at the end.
  • If neither move places him closer to the player, he will simply skip his turn.
  • He did not like school, often skipping classes taking twelve years to finish his primary education.
  • Lines are skipped only if they are still busy on a previous call.
  • Despite this, she was named as the tournament's second team all-star skip.
  • She also skipped the final race of the season due to funding issues.
  • Indeed, children often skipped school, because they had to help at home on the farm.
  • Many skip weeks would feature a consistent cover design across all books in the event.
  • Here we skip the fact that these three gentlemen knew each other from technical college.
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Meaning of skip

  • noun A gait in which steps and hops alternate
  • verb Bound off one point after another