Some articles on stripped:
... The album include remixes of recordings from 1966–1970, stripped-down without orchestration or background vocals ... was released in some countries under the alternative title Stripped or Willie Stripped ...
... Stripped is the title of a stand-up comedy tour by Eddie Izzard, and is a continuation of his style of comedy, full of "stream-of-conscious banter and predilection for ... quite remarkable." As for the name of the tour, Izzard says he called it Stripped because Stripped ran for 23 nights at the Lyric Theatre from November to 23 December 2008 ... From October to December 2009, Izzard took Stripped on tour around the UK—his first UK tour in six years ...
... Following is a list of stripped Olympic medals ... In the table below, for stripped team medals, the athlete in violation is shown in parentheses ... Nearly all of the stripped medals involve infractions stemming from doping and drug testing ...
... A stripped book is a mass market paperback that has been stripped of its cover in order to be pulped and recycled as a result of lack of sales ... However, many stripped books end up back on the marketplace, and are sold at places like flea markets ... author nor the publisher has received any payment for this "stripped book." Hardcovers are usually disposed of as remaindered books rather than stripped books ...
... Year Competition Wins 2006 NRL 20 (Stripped of title) 2007 NRL 21 (Stripped of title) 2008 NRL 17 (Stripped of title) 2011 NRL 19 ...
More definitions of "stripped":
- (adj): Having only essential or minimal features.
Example: "A stripped new car"; "a stripped-down budget"
- (adj): With clothing stripped off.
Famous quotes containing the word stripped:
“Ah, Hope! what would life be, stripped of thy encouraging smiles, that teach us to look behind the dark clouds of to-day, for the golden beams that are to gild the morrow.”
—Susanna Moodie (18031885)
“There is no alleviation for the sufferings of mankind except veracity of thought and of action, and the resolute facing of the world as it is when the garment of make-believe by which pious hands have hidden its uglier features is stripped off.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (182595)
“Matisse makes a drawing, then he makes a copy of it. He recopies it five times, ten times, always clarifying the line. Hes convinced that the last, the most stripped down, is the best, the purest, the definitive one; and in fact, most of the time, it was the first. In drawing, nothing is better than the first attempt.”
—Pablo Picasso (18811973)