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CRISP

Abbreviation for
Complex Rephasing Integrated with Surface Probes
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Rub Smokehouse in Regency Wharf, off Birmingham's Broad Street, is holding the Bottomless Retro Crisps Party on Friday, September 22.
Also, we study some metric distances on a neutrosophic crisp manifold.
The 38-year-old supply teacher's clip has been posted on the Seabrook Crisps Facebook page, along with the other two shortlisted films from Janine Allen from Rotherham and Hollie Phimister from Otley.
We've been refining the recipes for these Batter Crisps for months so we could make sure they perfectly captured the melty, buttery goodness of cake batter right out of the bowl," says Ly.
NOSTALGIA United 8 Wednesday 0 1999 Sport " By 2003, the Tudor brand was phased out, along with Smiths crisps, when Walkers decided to focus on its own crisp range.
It's fair to say the crisp sandwich has experienced a bit of a revival in recent months following the Tayto pop-up shop in Dublin.
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Geraint Hughes, an experienced agronomist, joined forces with Gareth Hughes and Emlyn Williams, two potato farmers from Llandudno, and a leading potato scientist, Dr David Shaw, to create a new brand of thick, hand cut Welsh crisps.
A 25g serving of the crisps-baked, finely-sliced pieces of bread-contained between 101 and 107 calories and a third less fat than standard potato crisps, claimed the company.
The crisps are made at a factory in Crumlin, Newport.
The documents suggest the beef crisp would have 399 calories per 100g, substantially lower than the 540 calories per 100g for most potato crisps.
That was a period of Crisp's life documented in the seminal television adaptation of his memoirs, The Naked Civil Servant, first shown in 1975 with the capacity to shock still intact and the ability to make stars of both its subject and John Hurt, who played Crisp to great critical acclaim.