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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 longest running fish and chip shop still in operation is based in Yeadon near Leeds.
A small player in the potato chips game is Leslie's.
In July 2016, Biomass introduced two new cuts of potato chips (the waffle and the sticks cut) along with a new flavour (rosemary).
Introduction of Chip Resistor Industry: Along with Brief Introduction of Chip Resistor Industry it includes Development of Chip Resistor Industry and Status of Chip Resistor Industry.
The cards contain a gold or silver metallic square chip visible on the front.
In this paper, the commercial finite element software Defrom-2D is adopted to simulate chip breaking during machining using a grooved cutting tool.
Laptops with Trinity chips will be priced at "mainstream prices," and offer battery life of up to nine hours, Taylor said.
People familiar with MediaTek's tablet chip program pointed out that the company will introduce chips dedicated to tablet PCs next year, predicting Lenovo to use the chip given their close ties.
This article was adapted from the AFS Proceedings paper (11-098) "Improving Competitiveness Through In-House Aluminum Chip Melting: A Case Study."
The Poulson chip will succeed the existing Itanium processors code-named Tukwila, which started shipping in February last year after numerous delays.
Packaging shows an astronaut on top of a potato chip with the saying, "One Chip for Mankind." I thought that was clever and caught my attention.