[kahy-os, -ohs, kee-; Greek khee-aws] /ˈkaɪ ɒs, -oʊs, ˈki-; Greek ˈxi ɔs/
a Greek island in the Aegean, near the W coast of Turkey. 322 sq. mi. (834 sq. km).
a seaport on and the capital of this island.
an island in the Aegean Sea, off the coast of Turkey: belongs to Greece. Capital: Chios. Pop: 51 936 (2001). Area: 904 sq km (353 sq miles)
a port on the island of Chios: in ancient times, one of the 12 Ionian city-states. Pop (municipality): 25 671 (2001).
mentioned in Acts 20:15, an island in the Aegean Sea, about 5 miles distant from the mainland, having a roadstead, in the shelter of which Paul and his companions anchored for a night when on his third missionary return journey. It is now called Scio.
[chip] /tʃɪp/ noun 1. a small, slender piece, as of wood, separated by chopping, cutting, or breaking. 2. a very thin slice or small piece of food, candy, etc.: chocolate chips. 3. a mark or flaw made by the breaking off or gouging out of a small piece: This glass has a chip. 4. any […]
A reimplementation of CHIP-8 for the HP-48 calculator by Andreas Gustafson . Posted to news:comp.sys.handhelds in Sep 1990. (ftp://vega.hut.fi/pub/misc/hp48sx/asap). (1994-12-02)
language, games A low-level interpretive language (really a high-level machine code) developed at RCA in the late 1970s for video games on computers using RCA’s CDP1802 processor. It could also be used on the DREAM 6800. Amiga interpreter (ftp://ftp.cso.uiuc.edu/pub/amiga/fish/f5/ff537/CHIP8.lzh). (2002-04-09)
noun 1. a bowl or plate for holding potato chips or crackers with a smaller bowl, often placed in the center, for holding dip: usually sold as a set. Also, chip’n dip. A snack food or an appetizer consisting of potato chips, crackers, or raw vegetables (like carrot sticks) that are used to scoop up […]