|Fragment englanniksi||chip fr, fragment en, flake fr, split sv|
: This cup has a chip in it.
*: If the second player does raise three chips, and all the other players drop, the player who opened may stay in by putting three more chips in the pot, for then he will have put in precisely as many chips as the second player.
*: But sources close to the company said the chip contains two direct memory access controllers, two interrupt controllers, a timer, a memory mapper from Texas Instruments, and a Motorola Inc. real-time clock.
*: Fig. 4(a) shows a schematic design of the micropump chip.
*: Fig. 0.3 is an image of the front and back views of a drug delivery microchip made of silicon and painted with gold, with a U.S. dime (10 cents). The chip in the picture consists of 34 nano-sized wells each of which is capable of housing 24 nl (nano liters) of drug. It is possible to make at least 400 wells or even 1000 or more in these chips which are very inexpensive, costing less tham $20 [22, 23].
: Do you want sauce or mayonnaise on your chips?
: they made their own [[potato chip]]s from scratch, he ate a [[tortilla chip]], served with a side of apple chips
: [[chocolate chip]]
: The workers chipped the dead branches into [[mulch]].
: Be careful not to chip the paint.
*: Koeman identified Southampton’s third as their finest goal of the game. Jack Cork, the most underrated player at a much-lauded club, swept the ball out wide to Tadic, who waited for Cork to run to the back post before chipping the ball across to him to slam in a deserved goal from close range, despite an attempted block by Vito Mannone.
: This varnish chips easily.
: Everyone needs to chip in £1 for Georges leaving collection
: There were a few flakes of paint on the floor from when we were painting the walls.
: flakes of dandruff
: She makes pleasant conversation, but shes kind of a flake when it comes time for action.
: The paint flaked off after only a year.
: He said hed come and help, but he flaked.
: The line is flaked into the container for easy attachment and deployment.
*: Larger shark received about 10%/kg less than those in the 4-6 kg range. Most of the Victorian landed product is wholesaled as carcasses on the Melbourne Fish Market where it is sold to fish and chip shops, the retail sector and through restaurants as ‘flake’.
*: The local fish shop sold a bit of flake (shark) but most people were too spoiled to eat shark. The main item on the Kiwi table was still snapper, and there was plenty of them, caught by the Kiwis themselves, so no shortage whatsoever.
*: Until recently, deep-sea fish were considered to have insignificant levels of mercury but even these now contain higher levels than they used to, so you should also avoid the big fish like tuna, swordfish, and flake (shark) that are highest up the food chain.
*: You shall also, after they be ripe, neither suffer them to have straw nor fern under them, but lay them either upon some smooth table, boards, or flakes of wands, and they will last the longer.
*: Flake after flake ran out of the tubs, until we were compelled to hand the end of our line to the second mate to splice his own on to.
: Republicans appear split on the centerpiece of Mr. Obamas economic recovery plan.
: is a split quotation.
: He’s got a nasty split.
: In the 3000m race, his 800m split was 1:45.32
: ux|en|He has split his lip.
*: a huge vessel of exceeding hard marble split asunder by congealed water
: ux|en|We split the money among three people.
: ux|en|Lets split this scene and see if we can find a real party.
: ux|en|Did you hear Dick and Jane split? Theyll probably get a divorce.
*: The ship splits on the rock.
*: Each had a gravity would make you split.
: ux|en|Boston split with Philadelphia in a doubleheader, winning the first game 3-1 before losing 2-0 in the nightcap.