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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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this extended strategic partnership, IBM will build new IBM Watson Quip Live
Quip Live Apps, bringing the power of Watson and Quip together.
Following the buyout, an agreement for which was made on July 30, Quip will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Salesforce and the transaction is expected to close in the quarter ending October 2016, according to the company's (http://d1lge852tjjqow.
The Tour de France champ came top for quips such as the one he made to crowds by the Champs-Elysees, when he said: "We're just going to draw the raffle numbers now.
I once heard one comedian quip about 'the smell of the socks of a little boy suffering from glandular fever'.
It also established the new Aqua Quip as a model pool and spa business in the Pacific Northwest.
Online telephone company Quip has introduced new, lower international call charges for UK-based mobile phone users.
But Bork - who, forced to sit for two hours without lighting a smoke, must have felt like Chuck does over Nebraska on a coast-to-coast flight - still managed the best quip.
What are we to make of this little quip, now making the rounds of the talk shows?
Contract award notice: fourniture d~un camion chssis 26t quip d~une grue et d~un bras de levage.
According to the Independent, the real quip about Murray's joke was far less obvious as the Wimbledon champion has really just opened a 15-bedroom Victorian building Cromlix, three miles from his hometown Dunblane in Scotland.
The iOS version of Quip launched in August and in just four months, hundreds of thousands of documents have been created using the app.