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*hepped (up)

Sl. to be intoxicated. (*Typically: be ~ get ∼.) Wally is a little too hepped up to drive home. Harry's too hepped to stand up.
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hep

(hɛp)
mod. aware; informed; savvy. The chick is simply not hep.

hepped (up)

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Willy is a little too hepped up to drive home.
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hepped

verb
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The financing of the recovery of Sayano-Shushinskaya HEPS might be lowered.
While organic growth rates for all three of its segments - financial systems (FS), availability services (AS), and higher education and public sector systems (HEPS) - are anticipated to be in the low- to mid-single digits over the next several years, SunGard will continue to augment more mature market growth rates via smaller tuck-in acquisitions, particularly in the more fragmented FS and HEPS segments, and some share gains.
Besides the successful contracting in 2008 the cost of business will also be affected significantly by the recovery of Sayano-Shushinskaya HEPS.
Admiral Claims moved up into third place in the third division after their 3-1 victory over HEPS.
3 bn RUR to the construction of water outlet at Sayano-Shushinskaya HEPS.
Church Park Rangers ran out 6-1 winners against HEPS, Andy Davies, Dean Wheeler and Neil Young all netting two goals apiece.
Cardiff Westside moved above HEPS after they comfortably beat them 7-1, Lee Davies (3), Daniel Cuddihay, Sam Russell, Aeron Deans and Tom Baldwin getting Westside's goals, while St Mary's Grangetown recorded a resounding 10-0 win over thirdplaced Admiral Claims.
FST does not include the costs of recovering Sayano- Shushinskaya HEPS in tariffs for 2010.
In the other Third Division match, HEPS edged out Admiral Claims 3-2 thanks to goals from Julian Baker (2) and Barrie Taylor.