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blue chip

1. n. stock shares of a large company that has a high value. (Securities markets.) The blue chips took another nose dive in today’s trading.
2. mod. having to do with the stock of large, valuable companies. (Securities markets.) The blue chip rally ran for a third day.
See also: blue, chip
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To automatically earn credits, members must select Blue Chip Rewards as their preferred program choice in their Blue Chip profile and book a reservation using their Blue Chip number.
For more information, contact Barry Husbands, Managing Director, Blue Chip Technology at bhusbands@bluechiptechology.
And a new Blue Chip feed will be trialled by ponies belong to Jayne's children, Olivia, four and three-year-old Archie.
In addition, Blue Chip is buying a casino in Dudley, West Midlands, and has rights to develop two others in the area.
We show that the Blue Chip forecasts for output are as good a proxy for Fed policymakers' views as are the research staff forecasts.
There's a local bank, Hawthorne Savings, that still gives Blue Chip Stamps as a reward for doing things like filling out your own deposit slip,'' she said.
Stevens Point and three other Wisconsin small businesses were joined by nearly 200 Blue Chip Enterprises from every state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
This communication is not intended to, and shall not, constitute an offer to purchase or sell shares of the Fund or Westcore Blue Chip Fund.
Effective immediately, Blue Chip will be charged with building on the equity the 45-year old brand to develop a strong strategic and fully integrated marketing plan.
For coaches, the National Blue Chip Elite Girls Lacrosse Recruiting Camp provides data, resources and technology within an ideal setting to evaluate the nation's top girls lacrosse prospects all in one location.
Buddleja Blue Chip is the first in a new generation of the ever popular buddleia butterfly bush, that is truly a dwarf, perpetually flowering and genuinely patio sized plant.
However, former partners Philip Pilevsky, members of the Gindi families and others -- a group called Blue Chip Emerald LLC in court documents -- are seeking to prevent the sale.
Aspen took over most of the education, grants and healthcare newsletters, along with two high-priced financial publications, Blue Chip Financial Forecasts and Blue Chip Economic Indicators (both 12x, $597/yr).
DENVER -- In preparation for its reorganization into Westcore Blue Chip Fund, the Directors of Blue Chip Value Fund, Inc.
June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Chip Marketing Worldwide, an independent, full-service global marketing agency, has been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in Chicago by being named to the Crain's Chicago Business "Fast Fifty" list for the fourth year in a row.