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The company makes chips that are central to the buildout of 5G worldwide.

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Stephanie Willis, 36, bakes with her 12-year-old daughter, and they have made several batches of peanut butter blossoms, oatmeal cookies, chocolate chip cookies and banana bread muffins for Cookies for Caregivers.

They also were asked how often they ate chips, candy, cookies, fried foods and sugary soft drinks.

The Apple silicon product built for the Mac is called the M1 and it’s a system on a chip.

Now the Suns are pushing all their chips to the middle in an effort to build on that success.

Tired of the classical sculptures, impressionist paintings, and chipped ancient relics you stroll past at your local art museum?

Journalistic access to prisons and prisoners has been slowly chipped away for decades.

At another mortuary, “a very stout matron” has frozen to the metal refrigerator tray and must be chipped from it.

Wires hang from its ceiling, its marble floors are chipped and trash is strewn across the dusty corridors.

Even government chipped in a little, adding eight basis points to the growth rate.

Near the fireplaces Mr. Roe picked up some stones that had been chipped probably in the manufacture of their hatchets.

Seemingly chipped stones have been found that belong to the remote Miocene geological age.

He leaned back, smoking his cigar, patting the dog, and stirring the coffee that steamed in their chipped cups.

A couple of fairish paddles were chipped out of bits of driftwood, and a towline a hundred feet long was made of lariats.

The implements are of a roughly-chipped type resembling those of the Mousterian period.


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On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chipped, such as: splinter, chop, nick, crack, hack, and whack.

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