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Synonyms for blue chip

a common stock of a nationally known company whose value and dividends are reliable

a blue poker chip with the highest value

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Among the bluechip stocks which fell include Emr Properties, down 1.
We selected BlueChip because it is local and we were able to come down and see its solar manufacturing plant," Richard Anderson, owner of Ace Hardware of Orange City, told local newspaper, SWVolusia News.
Intelliworks Bluechip is a web-based recruitment management software application designed to aid athletic departments in managing all correspondence with prospects, players, and alumni, complying with NCAA regulations, and handling recruitment and fundraising efforts from one central online location.
Our client portfolio includes bluechip companies such as British Airways, British Airports Authority, the London Fire Brigade, Servisair, Vosper Thorneycroft Group and the MoD.
JOE MALONE, who worked with the Weld family for 42 years, today receives a Bluechip Lifetime In Racing award at the Curragh.
Chris, who has been with the Regional Development Agency for more than two years, has joined the Sunderland-based company, which boasts a portfolio of regional and national bluechip clients.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-3 January 2007-Acquisition of BlueChip Technologies completed by Omtool(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
It is looking to attract bluechip sponsors by using bluechip international venues.
Micrel Inc, a US-based manufacturer of integrated circuits, has acquired a controlling interest in the Norwegian fabless semiconductor company BlueChip Communications AS.
It is another significant milestone for the Europarc plant, which is currently producing 350 tonnes of frozen ready meals a week for a range of bluechip retail customers.
Experimental designations for BlueChip were 92-1991 and MED-1991.
But with a bluechip early-adopter customer base, and widespread calls for tighter accounting practices, Super GL may have found a market sweet spot.
Dropped from the venerable bluechip average were Chevron (NYSE: CHV), Goodyear (NYSE: GT), Sears (NYSE: S) and Union Carbide (NYSE: UK).
Nensey revealed that the entire shareholding of CTN is held by Australian investors and a sister company, Bluechip Holdings.