Tip may refer to:

  • Tip (gratuity), a voluntary additional payment made for services rendered
  • A landfill

Tip may also refer to:

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The True Meaning Of Smekday - Plot Summary
... is eleven-year-old Gratuity Tucci (sometimes nicknamed 'Tip'), who must survive on her own after her mother is abducted by aliens ... Tip decides to drive instead of being transported by the Boov ... It is up to Tip and J.Lo to find Tip's mother, Lucy, and save the world ...
... and later Roman settlement which is located in the modern city of Štip in the Republic of Macedonia ... tip Geography Bregalnica River Eastern statistical region Kežovica Lakavica Ovče Pole Otinja Plačkovica Landmarks Astibo Bargala Estipeon Sports FK Astibo FK Babi FK ...
Tip Top (ice Cream)
... Fonterra Brands (Tip Top) Ltd or commonly known simply as Tip Top ice cream, is a subsidiary of the Fonterra Co-operative Group based in Auckland, New Zealand ...
Tip - Other Uses
... Tip (gambling), a betting information source Tip (ice hockey), the redirection of a shot on net Tip (sculpture), in Milwaukee, Wisconsin T.I.P ... representing "I Love You" in sign language Hat tip, an expression of recognition or gratitude iShares (stock symbol TIP), Barclays TIPS Bond, an exchange-traded ...
Tip Top (ice Cream) - Tip Top Today
... Tip Top produces around 50 million litres of ice cream a year, and Fonterra Brands (Tip Top) Ltd has around 380 employees ... consume the equivalent of 1.9 million litres of milk in the form of Tip Top ice cream every year ... population, consume around two million Jelly Tips every year ...

Famous quotes containing the word tip:

    When words reach the tip of your tongue, hold back half of them.
    Chinese proverb.

    A painter like Picasso, who runs through many periods and phases, ends up by saying all those things which are on the tip of the tongue of the age to say, and finally sterilizes the originality of his contemporaries and juniors.
    Norbert Wiener (1894–1964)

    Panache upon panache, his tails deploy
    Upward and outward, in green-vented forms,
    His tip a drop of water full of storms.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)