white chip

white chip

n.
1. Games A white disk used in poker as a betting token of minimal value.
2. Something of minimal value or worth.
References in classic literature ?
You, who 've never had a white chip in the game, still go on shouting for it and capping for it.
when I DID find the house, and DID dismount at the garden-gate, and drag those stony-hearted boots across the lawn to Dora sitting on a garden-seat under a lilac tree, what a spectacle she was, upon that beautiful morning, among the butterflies, in a white chip bonnet and a dress of celestial blue
Because it is likely that chips produced in this region are sold to pulp and paper manufacturers or composite panel mills outside the study area, white chip prices (free on board) paid by our pellet mill reflected the regional market average over the 2014 calendar year (R1SI 2015).
White Chip and tonic would be great any time of year and is delicious on its own too, especially with salted almonds.
To explore the potential of laser marking in collaboration with colour choices, TRUMPF Group used lasers to create a complex circuit-board-like pattern on a white chip.
Combined with their vertical LED chiparchitecture, SemiLEDs' ReadyWhite solutions deliver a package-ready white chip to COB, single-die or multi-die packaging applications, eliminating requirements for sophisticated and costly phosphor manufacturing technology.
For example, imagine a white chip packet in a blue-painted room.
Favorite family cookie recipes were featured at a cookie bar, where guests were invited to sample Andes Mint, peanut butter, spritz, chocolate-chip, and white chip chocolate-flavored cookies.
The integrated package is the first to bring together SemiLEDs vertical, white chip, and ceramic packaging technologies.
The 14ft white chip van and trailer was stolen from outside the couple's home last Wednesday.
As for the marble chips, from the few that remained he found that they had in fact used broken up mint sweets to give the white chip appearance.