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CHIPS

CHIPS

Clearing House Interbank Payments System. A wire transfer system allowing participating banks to exchange large amounts of money between themselves as needed. See also: Fedwire.
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Trading under the name 'The Oldest Fish & Chip Shop in the World', fish and chips are believed to have been served from the premises continually since 1865.
A small player in the potato chips game is Leslie's.
Classic Burger Joint (CBJ) -- a popular Lebanese burgers restaurant with branches in Kuwait, United Arab Emirates and Cyprus -- introduced a potato chips brand under their name during the opening of The Backyard Hazmieh in June 2016.
The company was able to complete its preparation for chip cards this year with the retail and financial industries adoption of standards for chip card acceptance.
During the chip breaking process, the chip flow direction and the tool configuration heavily influence the chip curl and subsequent chip breaking.
Laptops with Trinity chips will offer around eight hours of battery life, Taylor said.
The company's first tablet chip is also its first chip, codenamed MT6573, for mainly smartphones, with the chip developed around 3.75G mobile computing devices running on Android OS.
Detailed evaluation of the chip melting process showed the chips coming from the machining operation contain between 12 and 15% moisture; the drain system in the collection hopper removes about 8% of the moisture, leaving chips with 4 to 7% moisture.
Intel put features such as error correction and RAS (reliability, availability and serviceability) from Tukwila into Xeon server chips code-named Nehalem-EX, which started shipping in March last year.
The Snack Artist One Chip for Mankind Classic Potato Chips
Chips shops all over the country will be taking part in National Chip Week to join in the 150 year celebrations.