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CRISP

Abbreviation for
Complex Rephasing Integrated with Surface Probes
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Effective proposals stole relevant benefits strongly in the Executive Summary and back them up crisply in the detail sections.
A CRISPLY taken goal by David Bell ensured that Rushden kicked off the season with a deserved point.
When the nurse of those times was finally able to retire for the evening to wherever she slept, she had to make sure she had a clean, white, crisply ironed uniform dress and cap to wear the next day.
He crisply and clearly describes how corporate-bankrolled lobbyists stifled reform in the first Clinton administration while liberals spent their time beating up on the president for his timidity.
In essence, it allows engineers to specify the degree to which something occurs--how hot it may be outside or how rapidly a motor should turn -- without setting a particular threshold value for crisply separating "warm" from "hot" or "moderate" from "fast.
The arches rise above crisply detailed Tuscan columns with plenty of built-in storage under them.
Dixon makes good use of occasional charts and tables and writes cleanly and crisply.
Boswell writes crisply and lucidly; there is, for example, a succinct, compelling critique of the Le Bras and Todd argument for the relationship of family structures to voting patterns, and a fine discussion of similar rural communism in Italy and Finland.
He remarked crisply that the proper term was "shottist.
There's a twisted wedding and a palace rebellion, and of course the squares are initiated into pansexual pleasure, all to the beat of O'Brien's infectious score, crisply played by a five-piece real rock band.
Although nobody alive knows what those surgically created divos really sounded like, this record, on which Sir Roger Norrington crisply leads the period-instrument Orchestra of the Age of the Enlightenment, may be the next best thing to having been there.
Important historical figures fly by, mentioned in passing or crisply accounted for in brief paragraphs.