Definitions for "CIP"
Context is: trade term. An international commercial term (Incoterm), meaning "carriage and insurance" that is used in international sales contracts to impose the same obligations on the seller as "carriage paid to" (CPT), with the exception that the seller is also responsible for contracting and paying for cargo insurance. Hence, in addition to this obligation, the seller will clear for export and pay the freight and all costs incurred for the carriage of goods to a destination named by the buyer. The risk of loss or damage passes to the buyer when the goods are delivered to the carrier. See also CFR; CIF; CPT; DAF; DDP; DDU; DEQ; DES; EXW; FAS; FCA; FOB; Incoterms.
Cost and Insurance Paid to (named place of destination) This term is similar to CPT but with the addition that the seller has to procure marine insurance against the buyer's risk of loss of or damage to the goods covering that period until the goods have been delivered from the carrier to the buyer. Being based on FCA, this term may be used for any mode of transport.
The seller has the same obligations as under CPT but with the addition that the seller has to procure cargo insurance against the buyer's risk of loss of or damage to the goods during the carriage. The seller pays the insurance premium and is only required to obtain minimum coverage.
Cataloging In Process- the Library of Congress constructs basic library catalog records for books submitted to the CIP program; these generally appear in the front of the book.
Brief, incomplete pre-publication cataloging information provided by the Library of Congress which publishers print in the volume, usually on the verso of the title page
Cataloguing in publication. The basic descriptive information in a book, usually found on the verso of the title page. This information includes Dewey and LC classification numbers as well as subject headings. It is often developed from galley proofs before the book is actually published.
Carbon in pulp. a common process used to extract gold from cyanide leach slurries. The process consists of carbon granules suspended in the slurry and flowing counter-current to the process slurry in multiple-staged agitated tanks. The process slurry, which has been leached with cyanide prior to the CIP process, contains soluble gold. The soluble gold is absorbed onto the carbon granules, which are subsequently separated from the slurry by screening. The gold is then recovered from the carbon by electro-winning onto steel wool cathodes or by a similar process.
carbon-in-pulp. Gold recovery process
a process used to recover gold that has been dissolved after cyanide leach agitation. Pulp, after cyanidation, is mixed in a series of agitators with coarse activated carbon particles. Carbon is moved counter-current to the pulp, absorbing gold as it passes through the circuit. Loaded carbon is removed by screening from the lead agitated tank. Gold is recovered from the loaded carbon by stripping at elevated temperature and pressure in a caustic cyanide solution.
Commerce Interchange Pipeline (CIP) is an infrastructure used by Microsoft® Site Server Commerce Edition to exchange data between applications in XML over HTTP. Microsoft Site Server Commerce Edition Features and Benefits
See Commerce Interchange Pipeline.
Commerce Interchange Pipeline. An infrastructure used by Microsoft Site Server Commerce Edition to exchange data between applications in XML over HTTP. It is an underlying mechanism used for tying Web payment technologies to applications.
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Capital Improvement Project
Capital Improvement Program. The program is the primary vehicle for implementing proposals and projects described in the LRDP. It lists the campus proposals for construction projects which are more than $400,000. (Excluded from the list are maintenance or renewal projects). The CIP typically covers three-, five- and ten-year periods. [See also: Capital Improvement Program
Command Information Program
Clarion Clean pressure drop
Most milk-handling equipment are cleaned by circulating washing solutions through them without disassembly.
Circulation cleaning of food plant equipment without taking it apart.
chloroform/isoamyl alcohol/phenol, 24:1:25, v/v/v
Channel Interface Processor. Channel attachment interface for Cisco 7000 series routers. The CIP is used to connect a host mainframe to a control unit, eliminating the need for an FEP for channel attachment.
Cardiac Injury Panel administered
Connector Insert Plug
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Cook Inertial Propulsion
An acronym for calf intestinal phosphatase, which is used in the laboratory to dephosphorylate DNA.
course in progress excluded from the GPA
Construction in Progress. An accounting category set up by a hospital or healthcare CFO to capture all costs associated with a design and construction project.
Keywords:  ccp, bcp, epoxy, reinforced, shell
Contact insert plug, glass reinforced epoxy insert, used in metal shell BCP, CCP
Counterinsurgency Plan
Community Involvement Plan: this document specifies the outreach activities that an agency will undertake to address community concerns and expectations. The CIP is a public document that should be placed in the information repository.
Capability Integration Plan
Corporate Important Passenger [Submitted by josepg10
Supplier that conforms to N3P standards both internally and in the services it offers its customers, includes clearinghouses, developers, portals and repositories.
Community Investment Prospectus
Community Initiative Programme
Keywords:  cast, iron, pipe
Cast Iron Pipe
Computer integrated production
Keywords:  central, issue, price
Central Issue Price
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calling-in point(s)