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KIPS

/kips/ [by analogy with MIPS] Thousands (*not* 1024s) of instructions per second. Usage: rare.

KIPS

(Kilo Instructions Per Second) See instructions per second.
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Madison Square Park, the PIT, Gramercy Theater, the Kips Bay AMC, Baruch College, NYU Dental, and the School of Visual arts are all less than a 10-minute walk away from 157-159 Lexington Avenue.
Within the play, after meeting August for the first time, Kip "noticed his left eye's a little cloudy but the other one's clear.
Caption: Nourison's ADHD Show carpet will go to the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club
In most cases these anchors are required to hold 25-50 Kips.
Kips Bay Medical is selling to the public 2,062,500 shares of its common stock at USD8.00 (EUR5.87) each.
The goal in your kip workout is to increase repetitions.
Russell started work as a part-time trainee in 1999 and was given paid employment at Kips cafe in 2001.
7) of 2 to 2-3/4 inches ranged from about 4 to 6 kips (kip = 1,000 poundf), whereas 2-inch tenons with end distances from 3 to about 4 inches ranged from about 6 to 7.5 kips.
Kips was a francophone Belgian who was trained in the world-famous Etablissement Geographique de Bruxelles founded by Philippe Vandermaelen in 1830 (the same year as the RGS).
Joy and Regis Philbin, along with some of the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club members, pose in front of their wheel-back chair.
Anyone interested in becoming a KIPS volunteer should phone 0151-443 3916/3703.