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CHEP

Abbreviation for cricohyoidoepiglottopexy.

CHEP

A chemotherapy regimen consisting of cyclophosphamide, adriamycin, etoposide and prednisone, which is used to manage non-Hodgkin lymphoma; it is said to improve outcomes when compared to B-CHOP.
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Sunderland are also slightly cheaper to watch than the Magpies, with the cheapest tickets at St James' Park costing PS27 and the most expensive PS45.
At League Two sides Hartlepool United and Carlisle United, the cheapest day out comes in at [pounds sterling]26 and [pounds sterling]25.10 respectively -- making Brunton Park the cheapest Football League venue to attend in the North East.
Previously, Galaxy Y was the cheapest device in Samsung's portfolio and it was available for Rs 5,890.
said a survey found just three in 10 people (28%) correctly chose the right answer when asked to identify the cheapest deal using Ofgem's Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR) proposal.
Energy suppliers will be forced to tell customers about the cheapest tariff they have on offer under proposed reforms for the industry unveiled by the energy watchdog today.
The flight search site has reported that it conducted four searches for short haul flights from London and did not get the cheapest flight on all of the searches.
The searches were made on direct, return flights from Heathrow airport, departing on Friday, 2 November and returning on Monday, 5 November, travelling to Edinburgh, Rome, Paris and Amsterdam.Easyvoyage displayed the cheapest flights for Amsterdam (GBP 98.88), whilst Kelkoo's cheapest option was GBP 4 more.
Turkish Eurosuper costs around 95 euros, about 25 euros more than in Austria and 34.5 euros more than Turkey's neighbour Bulgaria, which is the cheapest in Europe.
The next cheapest are Bulgaria's neighbor Romania at 59%, followed by Lithuania and Poland (both 63%).
Lada Granta, a new concept model of AvtoVAZ which, designed as the cheapest car of Europe tested by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.
asked station ticket office staff and National Rail Enquiries Service (NRES) staff about the cheapest way to take specific turn-upand-go journeys by train.
Cell One's per second pre-paid is the cheapest. This is followed by MTC's Tango per second.