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CHOP

Acronym for cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, Oncovin (vincristine), and prednisone, a chemotherapy regimen.

CHOP

[chop]
abbreviation for an anticancer drug combination that includes cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine, and prednisone.

CHOP

A popular, non-HUGO-sanctioned symbol for DDIT3.

CHOP

Oncology A 'first-generation' combination chemotherapy regimen used for low and intermediate-grade NHLs. See Chemotherapy, Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, Remission.

CHOP

(chop)
Acronym for cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, Oncovin (vincristine), and prednisone, a chemotherapeutic regimen.

chop

chopped hay; used extensively when pastured animals need supplementary roughage and are required to eat the meal provided in a short time. Housed animals receive the same supply in the form of hay in a rack or net. Called also chaff.

green chop
green feed that has been put through a chopper or forage harvester.
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Louise: There's no balance to the arrangements, so the house ends up having a choppiness.
The markets will generally move up, but with regular periods of choppiness.
You don't have the choppiness that sometimes you see with previous providers.
The most immediate markers of exposure this time have been the sharp fall in commodity export prices, the contraction of demand for manufactured and services exports, and the choppiness of financial conditions.
However, it has had a pretty nice rally since lows hit in mid-July and it wouldn't be surprising to see a bit of a pullback or choppiness first.
The schools know each other well so it's easier to see that choppiness on offense by both teams.
Though Kraemer sometimes mars his portrait with a choppiness of style, he also shades it with psychological insight.
A recent research note from Goldman Sachs analyst Matthew Fassler said that "Despite recent choppiness, Pier 1 is outperforming its peers in a tough macro backdrop.
Alternating current is the natural form of energy created when a magnet rotates around a stationary coil of wire (called a stator), and to ensure that there is no choppiness in the rotation of the turbine blades, three sets of magnets are usually evenly spaced around the rotor (the part that moves in relation to the stator).
European companies have been much more conservative in how much debt they put on their balance sheet and are in much better shape to weather any potential downturn or choppiness in the credit markets," said specialist asset manager European Credit Management head of credit research Joe Biernat.
The age distributions are a different matter, which perhaps is not surprising given their choppiness in the data--the model wants to make the age distribution of unfit notes smooth.
Early on, there seemed a bit of choppiness to the songs, but as the evening progressed the pair seemed more comfortable.