Chips, Mr nickname of the schoolmaster hero, Mr Chipping, of James Hilton's novel Good-bye, Mr Chips (1934); he spends his professional life in the same school, and despite his unimpressive looks and manner is in the end regarded with respect and affection by pupils and colleagues.
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