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CRISP

Abbreviation for
Complex Rephasing Integrated with Surface Probes
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In this enquiry into the crispness of oral speech, and with respect to other investigations into written speech, I will use the term "utterance" to label a specific written or oral emission, normally following and preceding a silence, occasionally but not necessarily congruent with what linguists call a "clause," and what we regard popularly as a "sentence"; if two people speak, then they will usually generate pairs of utterances, etc.
An Age of Confidence draws together 43 photographs from the Bedford Lemere & Co architectural photography company, the crispness of the shots belying the fact many are more than a century old.
When buying fennel, choose blemish-free bulbs that are pale green and firm as this indicates crispness and freshness.
The rub, which is excellent on chicken and all meat, gives a fragrant, crispness to the finished roast, and also with game.
Not oily, finished with a touch of skin crispness over fairly moist flesh, the pollo frito plate contains nicely executed rice, a dollop of denser-than-Mexican frijole-style beans, a small salad (dressing on the side) and two thick, handmade tortillas.
Dominique Demarville, cellarmaster at GH Mumm, said: "I like to source Pinot Meunier from the Valley de I'Ardres for its distinctive soft crispness which enhances the fruitier, more rounded fruit from the Marne Valley.
The products, which can be used direct from the freezer without thawing, are cooked quickly to retain color, flavor, vitamins and crispness.
Crispness and crunchiness are extremely important textural properties found in dry and porous cereal products.
They're very much in a champagne mold - the grapes are very, very small and the wine gets a 'nervosity' - a crispness, a freshness and a liveliness - about it.
While its nested rectangles resemble the attenuations of Josef Albers's art that characterized '70s supergraphics, their hard-edged crispness is undermined by paradoxically tidy drips of paint that transgress the boundaries between colors.
The word "injection" in the name of the patent-pending process doesn't actually involve injection molding at all, says SJS president Don Schraegle, but relates to the crispness of the added features, which can be produced to tight tolerances.