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chay

(tʃeɪ)
n
a plant of the madder family native to India
References in classic literature ?
A strange chay and hosses was outside town, this morning, on the Norwich road, a'most afore the day broke,' Ham went on.
What do you come in a chay for--ain't the coach good enough?
The Filipino-Chinese Community in Baguio awards (from left front row) City Environment and Parks Management Officer Cordelia Lacsamana, for environment; Jolly Rillera for business; City Police Director Ramil Saculles, for peace and order; City Councilor Elaine Sembrano, for government service; Victor Tiong for medical service; Mylene Yaranon for his father former Mayor Braulio Yaranon (government service, posthumous)and the President Ong Chay Huat Educational Scholarship for education to cap the 20th Spring Festival in Baguio City, Saturday night.
With an assist by Chay Genomway, Christian Thomas netted Canada's first goal 7 minutes and 36 seconds after the first period began.
Golf Links: Chay Burgess, Francis Ouimet and the Bringing of Golf to America, Revised Edition
Jason Pruger and Salvatore Ferrigno represented the owner, Chay & Chay, in the transaction.
Ethiopian rebel leader, Thowath Pal Chay (ECADF file photo)
But quick-thinking Chay turned off the taps filling the bath, phoned his grandmother and then dialled 999.
Penylan Pantry has enlisted cycle courier Gareth Kitchen and Chay Locker to help with deliveries across the city.
Sugarmen guitarist Chay Heney, 20, said he found it 'difficult to keep his mouth shut' when he found out the news just days before Blur, known for classic album Parklife, announced their shock return.
Xiong Tai and other Hmong prophets are also mentioned, but Mi Chang and Pa Chay are the two principal messianic leaders that Lee analyzes in this work.
1971: British man Chay Blyth becomes "rst to sail the world non-stop - in the "wrong" direction - east to west and against the prevailing winds and currents.