chad

[ US /ˈtʃæd/ ]
[ UK /t‍ʃˈæd/ ]
NOUN
  1. a small piece of paper that is supposed to be removed when a hole is punched in a card or paper tape
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  • It may be that the industry has reached a leveling-off point at which improvements in garments are so incremental that they're not worth the added cost, unless one is willing to drift into the realm of couture or the world of Chado Ralph Rucci where even a cotton poplin dress can set one back several thousand dollars -- but looks like it's worth a million bucks. Olivier Theyskens's Theory of relativity: High standards at a lower price
  • The Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar II supposedly created the terraced gardens around 600 B.C. at his royal palace in the Mesopotamian desert.
  • How ironic that a German footballer should provide us with sport's finest example of Schadenfreude.
  • La abundancia agrícola de California nos entrega los ingredientes más frescos cosechados localmente para que nuestros Dia de Accion de Gracias sea verdaderamente delicioso. AroundTheCapitol.com
  • Reports from Chad suggest that rebel forces are advancing on the capital.
  • Three centuries ago, Londoners flocked to the site to sup from the health-giving St Chad's Well. 10 of the best pubs in London
  • In "La muerte en el este de Edén/Death in the East of Eden," Hernandez has painted Eve, our foremother, as a dead naked woman wearing the mask of a luchador with orange antlers. Max Benavidez: ELAC's VPAM: A Game Changer for L.A. Art Scene
  • Add to that decades of se vere drought that drove nomads south onto their neighbors 'land, as well as meddling by Libya, America and Chad — which militarized Darfur tribes as Cold War proxies — and by the mid-'80s, the region had ex ploded in civil war, which spi raled into an international con flict with escalating atrocities. Explaining Darfur
  • A city of northeast Nigeria east of Kano. It is a leather-processing center in the Lake Chad region. Population, 225, 100.
  • They are desperate to get home, said Chauzy, but have not been able to because of conditions between Gatroun and the Chadian border. Thousands of Chadian Migrants Stranded in Southern Libyan Desert
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