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Chop

Chop, CHOP, Chops, or CHOPS may refer to:

Contents

  • Art 1
  • Medicine 2
  • Sports 3
  • Other 4
  • See also 5

Art

Medicine

Sports

  • Knifehand strike, also known as the karate chop, a fast and focused strike with the side of the hand
  • Chop (wrestling), offensive move in professional wrestling, used to set up an opponent for a submission hold or for a throw
  • Chops (juggling), a juggling pattern using three balls or clubs
  • Chopping the blinds, in poker, when all players fold to the blinds, who then remove their bets
  • Michael Chopra (born 1983), football striker from Cardiff City's team
  • Chan Ho Park (born 1973), pitcher for the New York Yankees
  • Backspin, a shot such that the ball rotates backwards (as though rolling back towards the player) after it is hit

Other

  • Chop, Ukraine
  • Meat chop, a cut of meat usually containing a rib and served as an individual portion
  • Chop (water), the roughness of a body of water due to wind-generated waves
  • Chop (furniture), an identifying mark on cabinets and furniture
  • Chop (fiberglass), a form of fiberglass
  • Cold heavy-oil production with sand, a technique for extracting difficult heavy crude oil where sand is used as a means enhancing the productivity of the oil well
  • Seal (East Asia), or "chop" colloquially, used in China, Japan, and other parts of East Asia to prove identity (typically on documents or art in East Asia)
  • Mutton chops, a colloquial term for sideburns
  • CHOP or Crew Hands-Off Point, location where space vehicles automatically dock without interruption from the crew
  • CHOP or Change of Operational Control, the procedure of transitioning a U.S. naval ship from one force commander to another
  • Chop, Franklin Clinton's dog in Grand Theft Auto V

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