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CRISP

Abbreviation for
Complex Rephasing Integrated with Surface Probes
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We consume more crisps, crackers and nuts than any other European country - so is it any wonder the aisle at my local Sainsbury's is always heaving with tempting snacks.
A neutrosophic crisp set [NCS for shorn] B is an object] having the form] B = <[B.sub.1], [B.sub.2], [B.sub.3]> where [B.sub.1], [B.sub.2] and [B.sub.3] are subsets of X.
The crisps will be stocked radius of the Hill Ridware farm where they are produced.
All of which brings to mind the North East's one-time very own brand, Tudor Crisps.
WORCESTERSHIRE sauce crisps are about to get a lot more saucy and there could be a slice of sleaze in cheese and onion with the launch of the first aphrodisiac flavour.
CRISP Insurance Advisors (CRISP) began operations in 2012 after the merger of a personal and commercial lines firm and an employee benefits firm in New Jersey.
Real Crisps' Welsh Rarebit flavour potato snack features on the back of its packets the story of "Rhondda Rodders" who, "like his father, his father and his father before him" was "born to swing a pick".
According to a state police report, a 2015 Kenworth truck driven by Abernathy, 70, of Paris, Ill., and a 2008 Cadillac driven by Crisp, 82, were both northbound on the interstate.
Tom Lock, founder of the company behind the brand, said: "For too long, consumers have had their crisp flavours dictated to them by manufacturers.
Place back in the microwave and cook on the dynamic crisp setting for 3 minutes, then remove and give the plate a little shake to loosen.
Nitrogen is added to packs to keep crisps fresh and the study for CDA Appliances found the longer the best before date, the more air the bags had.