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chips

1. n. money. (see also chip.) She saved some chips over the years and bought herself a little place on the beach.
2. n. a carpenter. (Also a term of address.) Tell me, Chips, how fast can you build a coffin?
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If using a desiccator, slice the potato as thinly as possible, place the chips on desiccating trays, and allow the drying to commence.
We actually integrate different functions and features as well as customized solutions for our customers on the chips.
There is a general feeling that the chips must be larger, but how much larger?
At the same time, because experimentation on chips can be automated, testers could carry out the on-chip tests at a rapid clip.
Applied Digital Solutions has tried to deflect privacy concerns by arguing that the implantation of chips is voluntary and the only records linked to a VeriChip will be those authorized by the person with the chip.
Modules, separate boards with features such as connectors and critical circuits that facilitate implementation of the chips, cost more, but they're simpler to use.
Our SoCMosaic custom chip HW/SW co-development strategy builds on our SoCMosaic custom chip fast, time-to-market approach for IP-rich custom SoCs.
With a variety of store-bought dips on hand, which included a watery salsa, a warm cheese dip and a creamy onion dip, tasters dipped away, choosing their favorite chips.
But unlike the chips introduced by the processor powerhouse last year, this year's CPU, the Pentium 4, includes a brand new micro-architecture, called NetBurst, an important new chipset, and a brand new system bus design.
And because the chips are needed for everything from rayon and plastics to particleboard and paper, chip markets continue growing.
With 2,500 members, CHIP has some very small owners and some very large owners, but its membership by and large, as well as its focus, is on the problems of the moderate-sized, professional housing operators.
Users can confidently run the same applications on the newer chips that they could on a Pentium.
The last time we looked (May 1989), the lowest-fat potato chip (six grams per ounce-- about 17 chips) was Ruffles Light.
Childers, chief executive officer and founder of Synergy Systems, developed Childers Fat Free Chips based on a recipe that had been in his family for more than 40 years.
To increase the number of chips stacked vertically, the need for further wafer thinning was a critical design obstacle.