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01. We bought some fish and [chips] for lunch and took them to the park to eat.
02. Someone threw a rock at my car and [chipped] the windshield.
03. We mixed some raisins and nuts and dried banana [chips] to have for a snack.
04. Let's get some salt and vinegar, and barbecue [chips] for the party tonight.
05. After chopping the wood, we gathered up the wood [chips] to use to start the fire.
06. I [chipped] my front teeth when I tripped and fell while playing tag when I was 12 years old.
07. My favorite beer mug got a [chip] in it while I was washing the dishes.
08. The paint on my new car got [chipped] when we were driving on a gravel road.
09. We bought a new set of dishes because most of our plates were all old and [chipped].
10. This guy at the casino kept winning at blackjack, and he had a pile of [chips] worth hundreds of dollars on the table in front of him.
11. After spending the evening at the casino, I counted my [chips] and found that I was only down by about $5.
12. This little tiny computer [chip] holds more information than your entire set of encyclopedias.
13. The car has a computer [chip] that controls the special navigation system.
14. Anne made some cookies with huge chocolate [chips] in them.
15. A Dutch proverb notes, "The worse the carpenter, the more the [chips]."
16. The golfer [chipped] the ball out of the grass and onto the green.
17. Rock star Mick Jagger has a tiny diamond [chip] in one of his front teeth.
18. According to a recent study, potato [chips] are the favorite snack of Americans.
19. In poker, blue [chips] are more valuable than white [chips] or red [chips].
20. The cook wrapped up our fish and [chips] in newspaper.
21. These [chips] are really greasy. I think it's time to change the oil in the fryer.

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