CRISP


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CRISPComputer Retrieval of Information on Scientific Projects
CRISPCentre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (Singapore)
CRISPCross-Registry Information Service Protocol (IETF working group)
CRISPCross-Industry Standard Process for Data Mining
CRISPCentre de Recherche et d'Information Socio-Politiques (French)
CRISPConstruction Research and Innovation Strategy Panel (UK)
CRISPComputer Resources Integrated Support Plan
CRISPCommunity Regeneration in the South West Partnership
CRISPCentre for Research on Innovation and Science Policy (Hyderabad, India)
CRISPCrime Recording Information System for Police (Australia)
CRISPCrypto Reduced Instruction Set Processor
CRISPCommunity Club Research Information Service Project
CRISPCentral Repository of Incidents, Solutions, and Problems
CRISPComprehensive RN Inventory Systems Project (UK Navy)
CRISPCard Reader Install Status Program
CRISPCounty Retirement Income Security Program (Summit County, Colorado)
CRISPCentre Régional d'Information et de Prévention du Sida (French: Regional Center for Information and AIDS Prevention)
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After a pause, he added, again settling the crisp flaxen wig at the ears, "It is very difficult to begin.
Then King Frost gnashed his teeth, and cracked his fingers, and his eyes sparkled, and the crackling, crisp sound was louder than ever, and for the last time he asked her:
His face was a fair weakness, his chin retreated, and his hair lay in crisp, almost flaxen curls on his low forehead; his eyes were rather large, pale blue, and blankly staring.
Her yellowish flaxen hair did not curl naturally, I admit, but its bright crisp ringlets were such smooth, perfect miniature tubes, that you would have longed to pass your little finger through them, and feel their soft elasticity.
Harvey drank in silence, and the boy handed him a plate full of pieces of crisp fried pork, which he ate ravenously.
He walked there on the crisp November nights, arrived regularly at the evening's end; it was as easy to do this after dining out as to take his way to a club or to his hotel.
Today, the cold water gave a healthy glow to his face, which, after much stropping of his razor, he shaved of a week's growth of beard, tawny as his thick, crisp hair where the sun had not yet bleached it.
There was a rush, a clatter upon the stairs, the bang of a door, and the crisp rattle of running footfalls from the street.
I heard the creak of a door and the crisp sound of boots upon gravel.
Through the thin haze of my cigar-smoke I noted the details of a face which was already familiar to me from many photographs--the strongly-curved nose, the hollow, worn cheeks, the dark, ruddy hair, thin at the top, the crisp, virile moustaches, the small, aggressive tuft upon his projecting chin.
He'd have liked to have slipped away secret, but we was keeping him under espionage too crisp for that, so he has to tell us.
answered Natasha, pushing in a crisp lock that had strayed from under her friend's plaits.