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TO WIT. That is to say; namely; scilicet; (q.v.) videlicet. (q.v.)

TO WIT. To know, that is to say, namely. See Scilicet.

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Quip Care is expected to modernise the US dental care experience.
The finest of the newcomers this year appears to be Quip, who has three wins and a second-place showing in five career races.
this extended strategic partnership, IBM will build new IBM Watson Quip Live
In the 1995 interview, Aherne's Mrs Merton asked McGee: "So what first attracted you to the millionaire Paul Daniels?" The quip received 37% of votes in the poll.
Started in 2012 by Bret Taylor, former chief technology officer at Facebook, and Kevin Gibbs, who led engineering and product at Google, Quip began as an app-only platform to allow (https://quip.com/about/) collaborative word processing .
Box's document-collaboration service Box Notes displays avatar icons along the left-hand margin to show who contributed what; CloudOn, a mobile editor for Microsoft Office documents, gives prime placement to both conversations (comments, messages) and tasks (editing, approvals, permissions); and Quip displays a running text-message thread.
Ant made it into the list thanks to a series of sharp-witted quips, such as when he and sidekick Dec won Best Entertainment Presenter at the National TV Awards, telling viewers: "This is ridiculous - 12 in a row.
I once heard one comedian quip about 'the smell of the socks of a little boy suffering from glandular fever'.
Physicians can gain access to the QUIP screening tool via its recently published validation study (Mov.
His quip about Kylie, saying she was "all right, a bit of work there and she will be OK" was met with silence.
The president of Aqua Quip might as well have been born with chlorine in his veins.