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CRISP

Abbreviation for
Complex Rephasing Integrated with Surface Probes
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We haven't executed as crisply as we can in a couple of important areas, but you can see these guys have kept plugging away.
From the yellow pine used in the crisply articulated roof structure to carpets, glass and ceramics, the project is also underscored by a strong enthusiasm for recycled or low cost materials.
The older image never fully comes into focus, its blurry edges instead merging with and subtly giving way to a crisply defined new image that re-creates the first.
An appetiser of pea soup with basil oil can be followed by starters of Penclawdd cockles, perfectly cleaned, crisply fried in batter and served with a freshly made sauce tartare, or a rich smooth chicken liver parfait with red onion marmalade and wholemeal toast.
Tall, handsome, and with a more muscular style than that of the silken Astaire, Racey tapped and mugged and glided through a crisply staged production number, a comictwo-left-feet routine and a ballroom adagio with Nancy Lemenager in the Ginger role.
Narrator Flosnik marches the narrative along crisply and energetically.
The hosts opened the scoring when Durkan crisply struck Trundle's pass past Mansfield goalkeeper Kevin Pilkington.
In the crisply directed film, an Algerian immigrant (Zinedine Soualem) learns to his horror that his son (Rabah Ait Ouyahia) may have clouded the family's future by joining a group of radical activists.
Newell writes cleanly and crisply, and the book is organized into short, focused chapters that pack in a good deal of advice -- much summarized in bullet form.
Even the scholarly apparatus of the catalogue raisonne and its account of the sculptures' condition, history, and bibliography is crisply enough written not to discourage non-specialists.
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.