chiel


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chiel

(tʃiːl)
n
Scot a young man; lad
[C14: a Scot variant of child]
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And yet the chiel has shown us once before that he knows what he's talking about.
There's a chiel wi' a lang head on his shouthers, if ever there was ane yet
Before signing the contract, Bill and his colleague Hans Andersson accompanied Damen Sales Manager Chiel de Leeuw to 360-Control Tug & Offshore Simulator Training Centre in IJmuiden, the Netherlands where they experienced an ASD 2810 simulator.
Highways personnel may say it couldn't be done but they did something similar at the Kenilworth Road /A45 junction George Keay, Chiel Close, Coventry.
general counsel and secretary, Starbucks Coffee Company; Patricia Haller, executive vice ores' dent, chiel legal and governance officer.
approaches taken by Chiel Justice Dickson and Justice Wilson to
He has told Kes Vos to broker his move to United after parting company with long-term associate Chiel Dekker.
I've been the recipient of such messages - they have come from both sides of the campaign - and if I was at all a sensitive chiel I would think I was being bullied.
Information technology systems provided a bounty of data regarding the bombing scene but were not yet up to the task of digesting that data into useful intelligence, said Peder Jungck, chiel technology' officer for BAE Systems Intelligence & Security sector.
He is focused on England because that would suit his style," Chiel Dekker explained(http://www1.
Strootman has long been touted as one of the best prospects in European football, and agent Chiel Dekker has said the 22-year-old is open to a move to the Premier League.
The authors thank Jim Wilson, Erhard Bruss, Keith Cox, Yaming Niu, and Chiel Leenders from SABIC Innovative Plastics for their help in various aspects of this project.