sippet

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sip·pet

 (sĭp′ĭt)
n.
A small piece of toast or bread soaked in gravy or other liquid or used as a garnish.

[From sip, alteration of sop.]

sippet

(ˈsɪpɪt)
n
(Cookery) a small piece of something, esp a piece of toast or fried bread eaten with soup or gravy
[C16: used as diminutive of sop; see -et]
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EMAs review was started following publication of the SIPPET study, which concluded that recombinant factor VIII medicines had a higher incidence of inhibitor development than plasma-derived medicines.
EMAs review of factor VIII medicines followed publication of the SIPPET study, a randomised clinical trial in which previously untreated patients with severe haemophilia A were treated with either blood-derived or recombinant factor VIII and development of inhibitors was assessed.
Suitable as a solo sippet, this also is the vermouth a Martini was meant to be made with.
The sippet, or crouton, is an ideal way of using stale bread.
Deep frying can also be used but it tends to wreck the oil and gives you a more greasy finish to the sippet.
And five minutes later the visitors extended their lead when Gary Sippets met Steve Sinclair's cross with a firm header past Afandiyev.
And, five minutes later, the visitors extended their lead when Gary Sippets headed home Steve Sinclair's cross.
This year, the event features a recipe dating to 1666 for Stewed Beef With Sippets - soda bread used to mop up the meat juices in an era when spoons and forks hadn't been introduced yet to the Emerald Isle.
Serve chilled, garnished with the finely-diced vegetables, although I personally like to serve small bread sippets or croutons as a garnish.