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- n. Plural form of chip.
- n. french fried potatoes; french fries.
- n. Thin-sliced and deep-fried potatoes sold in sealed bags; potato chips, nacho chips, etc.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A ship's carpenter.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. strips of potato fried in deep fat
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Guacamole with tortilla chips is the best afternoon snack in the summer.
Unlocking the data stored in sensors and other chips is the business of Axeda, which sells devices that track real-time performance of medical, office, and industrial equipment, and reports back to owners using the Internet.
Two recent postings involve handwriting recognition technology; several others seek expertise in chips for managing displays.
Making chips is all about scale, so the bigger your operations are, the better it is for the business, even for those who hold patents.
So, until Qualcomm gets an LTE/CMDA combo chip out, Verizon would either have to source the LTE radio chips from a different vendor or wait to provide devices that can travel from 4G to 3G networks.
Processing power and cramming more storage onto chips is something that was part of the PC boom, as Gruber so eloquently illustrates in his post.
The approach works best in chips for applications such as graphics, encryption and devices such as cell phones, which perform more functions while needing longer battery lives.
Grace said ... the more goodies, the better, i say. i'm often tempted to toss in so many additions that the ratio of batter-to-chips is insufficient to hold the cookies together.
Of course, fish and chips is a traditional dish so it would have to be good to get people to change their habits, but stranger things have happened.
He snatched a slippery handful of chips from the ground and threw them at the boys.