CRISP

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CRISP

(1)
A Lisp-like language and compiler for the IBM 370 written by Jeff Barnett of SDC, Santa Monica, CA, USA in the early 1970s. It generalised Lisp's two-part cons nodes to n-part nodes.

crisp

(2)
(Or "discrete") The opposite of "fuzzy".
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He has ambitions to grow a global consumer brand; sweet potato crisps are just the start.
Lord Justice Jacob said the VAT Tribunal was right to find Pringles are sufficiently similar to potato crisps to bring them into the tax net.
What You Need: 1-empty Pringles Potato Crisps container with lid (Make sure you wash the container before using it.
Procter & Gamble pointed out that, unlike potato crisps, Pringles had a regular shape "not found in nature" as well as a uniform colouring and texture and a "mouth melt" taste.
But the law makes an exception for potato crisps and a VAT tribunal ruled in May that Pringles should be taxed.
THE maker of Pringles is set to save millions of pounds after the High Court yesterday ruled they are NOT potato crisps.
William Chase, owner of the potato crisp manufacturer, said: 'Winning the AXA Small to Medium Sized Business of the Year Award for the Midlands and East of England region is a real achievement.
In this respect, it is unlike a potato crisp, and, I would add, a potato stick or puff.
But he argued for Coia not to be jailed because it could damage his potato crisp supply business.
The Snapshots report gives an instant overview of the US potato crisp market, and covers potato crisps (chips).
The company is developing a Pringles Gourmet range, with the flavours expected to closely mimic those already found in the premium hand-cooked potato crisp category in brands such as Tyrrells and Kettle Chips.