The poet E. Y. „Yip” Harburg was as provocative as Hammerstein, albeit with a much less serious and fanciful sensibility. A brindle bulldog, whom Carl had not seen until then, let out a cry and walked towards the scene of the troubles. For some people, however, overcoming crooked, yips or similar problems requires a longer retraining period, Youdan says. The crowded audience watched him closely, with an occasional yip, but mostly silently. YIP (Yips present simple in the third person singular, present participle yipping, past simple and past participle jappé) Perhaps dialectal yip („cheep like a bird”), Middle English ȝyppe, probably imitative.   When Lasso striker Dani Rojas stood in front of the Yips – suddenly unable to nail his normally impeccable penalties – a therapist was called. Professional golfer Alena Sharp started having „the yips” every time she tried putt. Tenishev, Edhem (1976), „yip”, in Stroj salárskovo jazyká [Grammar of Salar], Moscow: Nauka Otherwise, all six would say „Yip, yip, yip” in a loud voice.
Rosete was fully aware of how combat worked on screen before studying with Yip. Did you hear the Yip-Yip cheers and shouts of the raid or the large-scale battle cry of the Cheyenne-Bock? Suddenly, Mr. Gibney was electrically excited by a shrill shout from Captain Scraggs.