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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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The thinner the slice, the crisper or drier your chips will be.
For example, in the late 1970s a comprehensive cooperative study of chip pile deterioration led to new storage methods and treatments that helped prevent deterioration and chip pile fires.
Shuichi Takayama of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor is taking on another central facet of physiology in his chip designs.
This would allow officials to compare the information on the chip with the rest of the passport and the person carrying it.
The cost of the PLC on a Chip ranges from about $20 (low-end chip; 5,000 quantity) to just over $40 (high-end chip; in trays of 60).
The SoCMosaic custom chip HW/SW co-development environment provides a front panel that allows software developers to work with different types of SoC simulation modes.
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.
5GHz chips, which should be available in systems by the time you read this.
The line connecting chip mills to clearcuts and destructive forestry isn't a straight one, but it is visible.
While there is an advisory board that includes other CHIP supporters, those active owners that can't make it to every board meeting and some attorneys, the board of directors itself is strictly made up of owners.
AMD is preparing to deliver a binary-compatible, pin-compatible 100-MHz K5 Pentium alternative chip later in the year.
When we tried Louise's Fat-Free chips last May, we loved their crisp, light, chip-like taste.