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Stip

Stip can refer to:

  • Štip, the largest town in the eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia
  • STIP Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, a 4 year transportation planning document required by the Federal Highway Administration
  • STIP, a local political party run by students occupying seats in the town hall of the Dutch city of Delft
  • STIP, Stand-in Processing is a payment card authorization processing feature where an entity processes another entity's authorizations when the latter is not able to do so.
  • Stip is a regional dish in the Dutch provinces of Groningen, Drenthe and Overijssel
  • Stipendiary magistrate
  • SINQ Target Irradiation Program
  • Stipulation, an agreement, in American law, made between opposing parties prior to a pending hearing or trial
  • Pentagrammic prism
  • Sekolah Tinggi Informatika Papua, Informatics University at Timika, Papua.
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