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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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Kennedy isn't too concerned with recent choppiness in the stock market.
While Hawkes would criticize his earlier works like Charivari for their choppiness and stylistic problems, his later work is often too smooth, perfumed in style, and overly polished.
What first appeared attractive highlighting of notes within cascades of figuration soon developed into a choppiness of articulation which induced near sea-sickness in at least one listener, turning all the work's magic and poetry into affected, preening mannerism, and which, by virtue of Mustonen's continued high-level attack, imposed upon a truculent-sounding and uneasy orchestra.
It is an intentional choppiness, I assume, that emphasizes the most basic and banal phrases to make visible what the poet calls "la presence irreelle du reel.
And two, the volume demonstrates both the choppiness of the field as it now stands and the difficulty of tying changes and patterns in the history of sexuality to anything larger in the social, cultural, or political realms.
While it does not have the choppiness, say, of the working notes found at the conclusion of Merleau-Ponty's Le visible et l'invisible,(13) this supplementary volume does not sport sustained documents like the main part of the earlier Crisis volume, save perhaps a couple of contributions including the Prague lectures and an extended foray into the problem of teleology in the history of philosophy.
To recover the original speech, the message's authorized receiver applies a differential operator -- the inverse of the integral operator -- to the encrypted signal, which restores is initial choppiness.
The choppiness in trade profits mirrors changes in the sales of wholesale and retail trade firms.
At the same time, we haven't been fully immune to some of the recent choppiness in Asia, particularly in Japan, where consumer demand slowed as the third quarter progressed.
While individual indicators experienced some choppiness in recent months, the overall RPI stood above the 102 level for seven consecutive months," said Hudson Riehle, senior vice president of the Research and Knowledge Group for the Association.
Looking through the choppiness of the recent data, the level of Canada s GDP is largely consistent with the Bank s July forecast.