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- adj. having a chip (small piece) or chips missing
- adj. (no comparative or superlative) having had the engine management system upgraded, usually to increase power
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of chip.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having a small piece broken off.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having small pieces or flakes broken off; made by a process of chipping: said of stone implements made of flint, jasper, obsidian, and other brittle Stones.
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Kenyon Martin chipped in 18 points and Smith had 17.
Neither do they censure anthropologists who posit intelligent agency on the basis that certain chipped ï¬ ‚ int patterns cannot be explained by reference to unintelligent causes.
Playing the par-5 16th, DiMarco chipped from a mound of rough near the green, then rolled in a 20-foot putt that put him at 15 under and one shy of Woods.
Eddie Griffin chipped in 15 off the bench as the Minnesota
Herber had three shots from the arc and 13 points and Gansey, Collins and Patrick Beilein chipped in 11.
It tasted like soggy cardboard, it was served in chipped diner porcelain that itself generally tasted of soap, and most importantly, with a very few exceptions, it was all you could get anywhere.
Kelley Suminski scored 11 points and Kristen Newlin chipped in with 10 rebounds and two blocks for the Cardinal (3-0), who won at home for the 28th time in 29 games.
Sergei Brylin chipped a shot over the net with 11: 17 left, then was stopped from the slot by Giguere 5 1/2 minutes later.
Melvin chipped in 15 as the Wolfpack snapped a 13-game losing streak against the Blue Devils.
Sam St. Pierre had a goal and two assists and J.F. Boutin chipped in with a goal and a pair of helpers for Johnstown, which has just one win in its last nine games and was 0-for-5 with the man advantage.