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  • initialism computing Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing.
  • initialism electronics Etched and Polycrystalline carried IC.
  • initialism electronics Epitaxial Integrated Circuit.
  • initialism law Estates and Protected Individuals Code.

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  • It has a different instruction set from its x86 predecessors; in fact, it had a new kind of instruction set altogether, a kind which it called EPIC, which stands for, Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing, it is not backwardly compatible with the established x86 instruction set.

    MSDN Blogs

  • How many more of your links will explode in EPIC FAILS before the ABA requires that you be strapped to a chair and forced to watch 40 hours of “Matlock” reruns before ever participating in any legal action more complex than a parking ticket ever again?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More on Liz Cheney

  • Designed for use with smaller digital cameras, EPIC is especially compact, robust, durable, and lightweight, making them perfect for travel and adventure.

    digital photography

  • EPIC is the newest North American business-to-consumer sustainable living expo, launching its inaugural event in Vancouver in March.

    Sarah Rich | Inhabitat

  • An admittedly unconventional company, EPIC is doing some interesting things with its packaging and graphic-design.

    EPIC Cleaning Products

  • EPIC is a public interest research center in Washington, DC, USA” that publishes reports and books about privacy, open government, free speech, voting, and other civil liberties issues.

    FOUND ON THE WEB

  • The film ends with an Orwellian prediction — “EPIC is what we wanted, it is what we chose, and its commercial success preempted any discussions of media and democracy or journalistic ethics” — and a joke:

    Get Me Rewrite!

  • The film ends with an Orwellian prediction — “EPIC is what we wanted, it is what we chose, and its commercial success preempted any discussions of media and democracy or journalistic ethics” — and a joke:

    Get Me Rewrite!

  • The film ends with an Orwellian prediction — “EPIC is what we wanted, it is what we chose, and its commercial success preempted any discussions of media and democracy or journalistic ethics” — and a joke:

    Get Me Rewrite!

  • Once one deter­mines that EPIC is futur­ism broadly (whether distopic or utopic has never been par­tic­u­larly clear to any­one), the ques­tions change — as some stu­dents who began pars­ing the film deter­mined.

    The Art of Verification « Snarkmarket

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